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Setting up a production system best practices
 
kornbread
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I’ve been developing a Magento site for one of my clients.  We want to set up a production system that has redundancy.  What I mean by this is we want a production install, a stage/almost production install, and a development install.  Obviously, the development install is for developing new features, or major changes.  The stage install will be pretty much a mirror of the production install, but we will test all changes (specifically Magento updates) on this before taking them to production. 

Anyway, those of you that are using Magento in a production environment, How do you have the install set up?  Do you have a separate install for testing changes?  How do you manage Magento updates?

If you have any other best practices with having Magento in a production environment, please list them here.

 
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Webkrebse
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Did you get any hints how to synchronize a production and development system?

--- Thank you very much ---

 
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kornbread
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Unfortunately, I didn’t get any hints or tips.  For some reason, I’m not getting email notifications when someone posts to my threads, thus I didn’t notice you had responded.  Any help would still be appreciated.

 
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