[Phpwm] mysql deployment

Alex Mace alex at hollytree.co.uk
Tue Aug 25 10:08:25 UTC 2009

Hi Jujhar,

I haven't tried it myself, but there is a write up on doing this with  
Phing and DBDeploy available here:


I think that should allow you to manage your database changes  


On 25 Aug 2009, at 10:58, Jujhar Singh wrote:

> Morning All,
> I was wondering what best practice was for deployment of mysql  
> databases?
> I’m currently working on a Zend Framework based application for the  
> Sikh community.  I’m working off two development machines: my  
> windows laptop at work and my windows laptop at home.  I’m checking  
> code in/out of my springloops (subversion) repository.  From there  
> I’m deploying via springloops FTP options to a staging linux account  
> (mediatemple.com) and will eventually deploy to the live account  
> (haven’t decided where yet).  It all works a treat and subversion  
> keeps the code between the three machines in sync.
> What I’m really struggling with is finding a way to deploy and sync  
> the MySQL database between the machines/servers.  The database is 60M 
> + and I’m struggling for ideas.  At the stage of development we’re  
> at there are quite a few changes happening to the schema and content  
> of the database so I need to keep them synced until this stabalises.
> Your help and insight is always appreciated.
> Many thanks
> Jujhar Singh
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