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Submitted: Oct 04 2013 / 09:14

When you push changes to OpenShift the service stops your application then builds and deploys the new code before starting the app back up again. This means your application is temporarily unavailable, and may be unnecessary depending on your changes. To avoid downtime you can opt to hot deploy your code instead. In this blog post we'll look at how to do that for PHP applications.
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