Forge: Deployment Rollbacks

Mar, 30 2021#forge

We introduced the Deployments panel back in October 2020 and have continued to improve the functionality of it since. The panel shows the last 10 deployments including: the commit hash, author, message, and deployment status.

Rolling back a deployment.

Rolling back a deployment.

Starting today, you can now roll back to any successful deployment made through Forge. When rolling back to a specific commit, Forge will also ask if you want to reload the PHP-FPM service.

To roll back, Forge executes a git reset --hard command on your site's Git repository. It's important to know that any untracked files will be lost - this may include user-uploaded files if you are tracking these files via source control (not recommended).

If you don’t have a Forge account, now is a great time to sign up! Forge allows you to painlessly create and manage PHP servers which include MySQL, Redis, Memcached, database backups, and everything else you need to run robust, modern Laravel applications.

By James Brooks

Software Developer at Laravel, working on Forge and Envoyer.

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