Sunday 04 October 2015 7:00:03 am

I think using Ansible to modify/hack/update the eZ ini files carries significant risk in creating configurations which would be difficult to maintain and debug.

Tuesday 29 September 2015 4:19:49 pm

Hi Francesco,

Like Edi, I keep the config files in the repo and use symlinks to apply them to different environments.

I usually place the files for the VM and eZ into in two different repositories.

The VM brings up the server ready for use, but without the eZ files.  I use a shared directory for the eZ files.  This allows me to use the host machine to edit the files.

Wednesday 23 September 2015 10:59:20 am

Hi Francesco,

Well, I'm not a big fan of programatic changes to config files, even by eZ Publish itself happy.gif Emoticon

I keep all config files in the repo and edit them by hand and symlink where and when needed happy.gif Emoticon

But I do recognize that it could be helpful, for unattended installs from scratch, for example.

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