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This demo installs Drupal to Stackato by using 'drush' in post-staging hooks. Very little code is pushed by the client, just the scripts used to configure Drupal on Stackato. The stackato.yml file shows how these are run, and demonstrates the use of the filesystem service for sharing user content, themes and modules between application instances.

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Drupal Demo

This demo installs Drupal to Stackato by using 'drush' in post-staging hooks. Very little code is pushed by the client, just the scripts used to configure Drupal on Stackato. The stackato.yml file shows how these are run, and demonstrates the use of the filesystem service for sharing user content, themes and modules between application instances.

The 'sites' directory tree is linked to a single mounted filesystem service, but you can set these up on multiple filesystem services (e.g. if you wish to share 'sites/all' between multiple sites).

Deploying to Stackato

stackato push -n

First Time Setup

Username: admin
Password: passwd

Outgoing Email Support

An external accessible email server is required for full functionality of this application. Please see SMTP Authentication Support Module for more details on configuration.

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