[Tip] Mina: Find last git commit released
A project that we were handling hadn’t had a deployment in some time. So we were confused on what all commits were going to go to production ( bad karma for us for not keeping a release or change log). We use mina for all our deployment as we found it to be faster that Capistrano. So we were sure that there would be something on our server to help us settle this dilemma. We finally solved this by going through the various folders and files.
Edit the file inside the file with your branch name located at /path/to/project/scm/refs/heads. Like for example if you have your project in /var/www folder and you are deploying master then you should edit the file called master found at the following location.
/var/www/project/scm/refs/heads/master that file would have only one line and that’s the last git commit released.