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    Agree, I wish on the Dashboard page during its blue spinning circle, it had a progress bar underneath.

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    Andrew Armstrong commented  · 

    The problem with an "octopus" role is that if that machine is offline then the step (I assume) does not run, and makes it a little bit more complicated to reason about than a step that is just "We run this only once (on whatever tentacle is chosen at random during deployment)".

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    +1 to this, I want to script schema migrations to take place by running a script only once

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    This is a really interesting suggestion and topic. What I’m not sure about is exactly what Octopus would need to do.

    Normally for these kinds of things, you deploy the site, then change the load balancer to send requests to the new servers (the swing).

    What exactly does Octopus need to do? Should we automatically migrate the machines in the environment that we deployed to between the staging and production environments, and move the deployment to production too (or, should we just rename the staging and production environments?)

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    I think this is also known as blue/green deployments

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