Hello Everybody !
As future Hugo user (I didn’t decide yet …), I have a simple question for you: how to deploy a Hugo static website to a web server (i.e Infomaniak) by NOT using Git ?
Probably usefull but in my case I don’t see the utility of the “supplementary step” (local machine -> git repository -> git push -> final host). Rsync or ftp seem me more efficient.
Thank you by advance,
You can write a simple script that
- mirrors your local
public to your server by
mirror -R --parallel=10 -n
username has the correct entry-directory after login.
The last one mirrors your local public to remote (`-R) with a maximum of 10 connections parallel and only copies files newer than the ones on your server.
Lots of options, someone will chime in with their rsync script, I’m sure, but here is the tool I’m using to push some of my sites to Amazon S3:
The answer of my question is therefore positive: thank you !
And why not to use a simple tool such as Filezilla ?
I’ve used it on windows before, but now I’m versioning my website with git on a private server, every time I push, the site is build by hugo and then uploaded.
FileZilla has a GUI, it’s simple to use and nothing against it. But using scripts for doing all that upload stuff is a much faster way. Another reason for me not to use FileZilla anymore: It was buggy for me - had to re-enter my password 10-15 times for every site-upload.
How to declare “solved” the subject ?
In the bottom-line of your first post is a little pencil - you can edit your subject and add [solved]
Why not an ftp client? Because rsync is much faster and you can trigger it easily using a script. Personally, I’m using rsync in zsh functions.