Redeploying an Application

Redeploying an application is used when there is a failure during deployment, and you would like to deploy the exact same package. If fixing the error requires changing anything in the package (even if the .zpk file will be labeled exactly the same as previously), you must remove and deploy the application instead of redeploying it.

The flow of the process is as follows:


When using Zend Server, this process is called Redeploy.

Redeploying the application in a cluster will redeploy it on all cluster nodes.



Instructions on how to complete a procedure

To redeploy an application:

  1. In the UI, go to Applications | Manage Apps.

  2. From the Applications list, select, or hover over the application you wish to redeploy and click .
  3. To redeploy an application on specific servers in a cluster (for example, if deployment failed on these servers):
    1. Select the application you wish to redeploy from the Applications list.
    2. In the Expanded view, select the servers tab.
    3. Select the servers you wish to redeploy the application on, and click .


Your webserver is being restarted. The restart is completed once your server's status is changed to the desired status. For more information see Changes to Your Apache During Deployment Actions.

If redeploying does not solve the problem, you can remove the application and deploy a new application package.


If this process fails, information is available about the failure in the zdd.log file. In the UI, go to Monitoring | Logs to view log file.