Executes all the pending migrations since the last time this command has been ran.
Or, if your NodeJS version is ancient like my grandfather:
Migrations are scripts provided with some Express Gateway releases that move your data in order to ensure consistency as the product is evolving, using the node-migrate framework.
It has a built in mechanism to avoid to run the same migration twice: therefore running the command multiple times
will not repeat the migration. It might be important, if you’re deploying the Gateway on a second new
server/container/whatever to make sure to keep a copy of the
Usually you should not care about this command at all, but make sure to run it everytime it is stated in the release notes after an upgrade.