In this video, get your code from your local computer to the server.
- [Speaker] Now that we have our servers set up … with a PostgreSQL database we need to move the code … from our local computer onto this server. … While we are currently in the server, … do a pwd to find out where our current home directory is … and there you can see it's /home/nick. … Yours will probably be a different name there, … but with this open a new terminal window or new terminal tab … and this should be on our local computer. … We'll do an ls to see where we're at, … I'm going to move to my desktop … where I have a fresh version of the project here … and with this we need to transfer up this entire folder here … the portfolio project. … So what we're going to do is we are going to use a command … called spc/lower-case r portfolio project. … So it's saying take this portfolio project that's here … on this computer, the one you're in front of right now … and then send it to nick@ … or in your case whatever your name is, … then the proper IP address, … mine's 220.127.116.11 … and then after those numbers we're going to do a colon …
- Transferring code to a server
- Managing media files
- Creating a custom URL
- Configuring file settings
- Securing a server
- Database setup
- PostgreSQL setup
- Gunicorn testing
- NGINX setup
- Storage setup
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know1m 44s
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