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How to update your application in Cloud Foundry without dropping user requests..

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# vmc update is great for test and development, however it stops your old app and stages and starts the new one,
# resulting in dropped requests.
# If you want to update an application without dropping user requests, see below.
# NOTE: This change assumes your application can share services, etc with the new version.
 
# Assume my app is named foo
 
vmc push foo-v2 --url foov2.cloudfoundry.com
 
# New app is running under a different url that can be tested independently.
 
vmc map foo-v2 foo.cloudfoundry.com
 
# New app and old app are now fielding traffic to http://foo.cloudfoundry.com
 
vmc instances foo-v2 N
 
# Scale up if needed.
 
vmc instances foo 1
 
# Scale old app down
 
vmc unmap foo foo.cloudfoundry.com
 
# New app is fielding all traffic at this point
 
# if you need to rollback.
vmc map foo foo.cloudfoundry.com
vmc unmap foo-v2 foo.cloudfoundry.com
 
# Now you can stop or delete the old version
vmc stop foo
 
# I leave these around, in a stopped state with no urls, but bound to any services needed. This way I can put new bits into this app's namespace with vmc update foo
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