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Re: Accidentally ran rm -rf in app-root folder.



Hi Andy
I did had data in app-root/data
Output of command before deleting it :
[sandbox-hugehop.rhcloud.com 540a83d45004465dde0001c7]\> cd app-root/
[sandbox-hugehop.rhcloud.com app-root]\> du -sh *
0 build-dependencies
81M data
0 dependencies
83M logs
0 repo
141M runtime


On 19-Dec-2014, at 7:44 pm, Andy Goldstein <agoldste redhat com> wrote:

Locally.

You can use rhc deployment-list to see candidates to activate.

Note, if you had data in app-root/data, it’s not recoverable via this method.

Andy

On Dec 19, 2014, at 9:12 AM, Shashank <shashank hugehop com> wrote:

Where should I run this command ? on openshift server using ssh.
When i did that I was getting this
[sandbox-hugehop.rhcloud.com 540a83d45004465dde0001c7]\> rhc deployment-activate
bash: rhc: command not found
[sandbox-hugehop.rhcloud.com 540a83d45004465dde0001c7]\> rvm gemset use global
bash: rvm: command not found


Or should I need to run this locally?
This might be naive question but I am taking over this from my ex team mate and I am new to openshift. Really appreciate the help.

Thanks
Shashank
On 19-Dec-2014, at 7:21 pm, Andy Goldstein <agoldste redhat com> wrote:

rhc deployment-activate




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