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Newbie question: Backups, Code Repositories & Restorationby
We're implementing Odoo for our business and I was hoping to clarify a few things about best practices. During my trials (using EC2 instances) I've managed to break the installation a number of times (which is no problem as I just fire up a new instance).
As we edge closer to production use, I was wondering what the best practices are for backing up (and restoring) an Odoo installation if things break, specifically:
- Do the odoo core files need to be backed up? We use Mecurial and Bitbucket to manage our codebase for our proprietary systems - should/can we be doing the same for Odoo?
- When using the database management feature to do the backup, it asks if we just want to include the filestore - what exactly is in this filestore? There seem to be a lot of folders
I was also wondering if there's a straightforward way to backup
to a private S3, and an equally straightforward way to restore a
backup from S3.
Thanks very much in advance,
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