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Repointing A Symlink To A Different Location

10th December 2020 - 3 minutes read time

​Creating a symlink is a common way of ensuring that the directory structure of a deployment will always be the same. For example you might create a symlink so that the release directory of release123/docroot will instead be just current. This is done using the ln command in the following way, the -s flag means that we use the ln (aka link) command to create a symbolic link.

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