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Option to automatically rollback to previous deployment if deployment fails

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Hi,
Is there an option to automatically rollback to a previous deployment if a deployment fails? If not, can we request that feature? Thanks!

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  • I guess you could reset your repo to a certain commit (I use SourceTree), then push to the repo again and deploy?

    It would make more sense to do it this way, otherwise your Git repo would be out of sync with DeployHQ.

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    posted by Michael P
  • Staff Comment

    We're still investigation a solution for FTP based deployments but for those of you that use SSH/SFTP, you can now use atomic deployments:

    https://www.deployhq.com/support/deployments/setting-up-atomic-deployments

    Which means zero-downtime during your deployment and no issues if it fails during the transfer process.

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    posted by Adam W

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