Hey there–is it possible to change the connected github repo for an existing service? I know that I can create a new service, but trying to minimize the chance of an error from an accidental configuration change, etc. (In this case it is not even truly a different github repo–but I had to change my github username which seems to have broken the connections between render and my repos.
I have basically the same question. Are you able to advise? As an overview…
We have a number of services running which are linked to repos in my private Github account. I have recently migrated the repos to a Github organization and need to re-point all the render services at the Github organization. Can you advise on how to do this while minimizing risk / downtime?
Please let me know if I should open a separate topic.
Hi @tom_li, I’ll be happy to help you out. It’s easier to launch a new service with the old database. All of the services and databases deployed by the same user or team are created within a private network. You can connect from the new service to the old database within this private network. When you establish a connection, use the internal connection string listed in the Render dashboard along with the database.
Hello, I also have recently migrated a clients project off of our GitHub organization and on to theirs. I need to be able to deploy updates to the existing services. These services are in production so I need to make sure that nothing will go down or no data will be lost. What is the best way to go about updating a repo on a current render service?