13.3. Deployment Mechanisms

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13.3.1. Automatic Deployment

When an application is created as described in Section 11.2, “Creating an Application”, it is configured for automatic deployment by default. If the application code is changed locally, run the following commands to commit and deploy the application automatically:
$ git commit
$ git push
The git push command sends the application data to the remote repository and automatically deploys the application. The application automatically stops, builds, and restarts when the code changes are pushed to the remote server. Configuring Automatic Deployment

Automatic deployment is configured by default when a new application is created. However, if the deployment mechanism was changed and you wish to revert back to automatic deployment, do so with the following command:
$ rhc configure-app -a App_Name --auto-deploy
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