To align existing systems run the commands:
find . -path "*/migrations/*.py" -not -name "__init__.py" -delete find . -path "*/migrations/*.pyc" -delete git reset --hard git pull origin master (o checkout)
which deletes the py and pyc files inside the folder migrations.
Pull and align the database by hand for the last time.
launch the command from active virtualenv:
python manage.py migrate --fake
For subsequent releases, run the command ./relase.sh which cleans it from the master and launches the migrations, collectstatic and restart
Use migrations normally.
If a script has changed, update the file in / scripts / migrations_scripts and run:
python manage.py makemigrations kpis --empty
and edit the migrations file with:
migrations_array =  f = 'scripts\migrations_scripts\sp_set_imported_values_for_export.sql' with open(os.path.join(settings.AGREGG_DIR, f), 'r') as myfile: data = myfile.read() migrations_array.append(migrations.RunSQL(data)) operations = migrations_array