I am not seeing issues yet, I am about to start to use the cPanel GIT feature and I am worried that it would interfer with the built in cPanel backup restore feature. Both the cPanel backup restores and the cPanel git deployments are "writing" the production site.
So let's say that:
1. I start using GIT On September 1., I make some changes to the site, and I deploy it, publish it via GIT for the first time, on September the first. That will change my production site AND my repository.
2. On September 10. I do an other change on the site, followed by deploy/publish with GIT, both my site and repo will be changed again.
2. On September 15. I restore a cPanel backup that was made on September 5. , meaning it was made after my first deploy.
Will that backup restore change back both my production site and my repository, or only my production site?
If it only changes back my site and not my repository, then at the next deployment conflicts could occur, perhaps?
Will the backup restore have the same outcome indifferently that I used GIT push or GIT pull for the deployment?
Thanks! Have a nice day!