Forum: Rails deployment Old release cache

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1763e22b12ab11dcfd0d079a7b893177?d=identicon&s=25 Yuri Redaelli (yuri80)
on 2013-10-17 12:34
Hi all,

for first sorry for my english.

I've deployed a new app release with Capistrano on my Server after a cap
deploy:cleanup (just to delete some old releases).

At the moment I can't see the changes I've made because It seems that
and old release with a "tmp/cache/..." folders structure "win" against
my latest current release.

So on the filesystem I've got

current -> /correct_latest_release_timestamp
releases
- latest release
... other releases
- old bad release

I've tried to delete the old bad release directory but every time a make
an http call to my App  that folder return with root user permission
(Linux Server) but I don't Know why and from whom.
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