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Wordops

An essential toolset that eases WordPress site and server administration

WordOps

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Key Features

  • Easy to install : One step automated installer with migration from EasyEngine v3 support
  • Fast deployment : Fast and automated WordPress, Nginx, PHP, MySQL & Redis installation
  • Up-to-date : Nginx 1.16.0 with Brotli support, PHP 7.2 & 7.3, MariaDB 10.3 & Redis 5.0
  • Secured : Hardened WordPress security with strict Nginx location directives
  • Powerful : Optimized Nginx configurations with multiple cache backends support
  • SSL : Let's Encrypt SSL certificates handled by acme.sh
  • Modern : Secured SSL/TLS encryption with strong ciphers_suite, modern TLS protocols and HSTS support
  • Monitoring : Live Nginx vhost traffic with ngx_vts_module and server monitoring with Netdata

Requirements

Operating System

  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial)
  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic)
  • Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco)
  • Debian 8 (Jessie)
  • Debian 9 (Stretch)
  • Raspbian 9 (Stretch)

Ports requirements

  • SSH (22 or custom)
  • HTTP & HTTPS (80 & 443)
  • WO Admin (22222)
  • GPG key Server (11371 outbound)

Getting Started

wget -qO wo wops.cc && sudo bash wo      # Install WordOps
sudo wo site create example.com --wp     # Install required packages & setup WordPress on example.com

Must read

WordOps made some fundamental changes:

  • We've deprecated the mail stack. As an alternative, you can take a look at Mail-in-a-Box, iRedMail or Caesonia. As Roundcube alternative, there is Rainloop or Afterlogic WebMail
  • Support for w3tc is dropped as a security precaution.
  • PHP 5.6 has been replaced by PHP 7.2 and PHP 7.0 has been replaced by PHP 7.3.
  • Nginx-ee package has been replaced by Nginx-wo (based on Nginx stable v1.16.0 with Brotli support)
  • HHVM stack has been removed
  • Let's Encrypt stack isn't based on letsencrypt-auto anymore, we use acme.sh to handle SSL certificates

If you are going to migrate from EasyEngine v3, here some important informations :

  • Previous php upstreams in Nginx will not be overwritted
  • php5.6 and php7.0 will not be removed or uninstalled
  • previous Nginx common configurations will not be overwritted

Usage

Standard WordPress sites

wo site create example.com --wp                  # install wordpress without any page caching
wo site create example.com --wp  --php73         # install wordpress with PHP 7.3  without any page caching
wo site create example.com --wpsc                # install wordpress with wp-super-cache plugin
wo site create example.com --wpfc                # install wordpress + nginx fastcgi_cache
wo site create example.com --wpredis             # install wordpress + nginx redis_cache

WordPress multisite with subdirectory

wo site create example.com --wpsubdir            # install wpmu-subdirectory without any page caching
wo site create example.com --wpsubdir --wpsc     # install wpmu-subdirectory with wp-super-cache plugin
wo site create example.com --wpsubdir --wpfc     # install wpmu-subdirectory + nginx fastcgi_cache
wo site create example.com --wpsubdir --wpredis  # install wpmu-subdirectory + nginx redis_cache

WordPress multisite with subdomain

wo site create example.com --wpsubdomain            # install wpmu-subdomain without any page caching
wo site create example.com --wpsubdomain --wpsc     # install wpmu-subdomain with wp-super-cache plugin
wo site create example.com --wpsubdomain --wpfc     # install wpmu-subdomain + nginx fastcgi_cache
wo site create example.com --wpsubdomain --wpredis  # install wpmu-subdomain + nginx redis_cache

Non-WordPress sites

wo site create example.com --html     # create example.com for static/html sites
wo site create example.com --php      # create example.com with php support
wo site create example.com --mysql    # create example.com with php & mysql support
wo site create example.com --proxy=127.0.0.1:3000 #  create example.com with nginx as reverse-proxy

Sites secured with Let's Encrypt

wo site create example.com --wp --letsencrypt # install wordpress & secure site with letsencrypt
wo site create sub.example.com --wp --letsencrypt=subdomain # install wordpress and secure subdomain with letsencrypt
wo site create site.tld --wp --letsencrypt --hsts # install wordpress & secure site with letsencrypt with HSTS

Update WordOps

wo update

Support

If you feel there is a bug directly related to WordOps, or if you want to suggest new features for WordOps, feel free to open an issue. For any other questions about WordOps or if you need support, please use the Community Forum.

Contributing

If you'd like to contribute, please fork the repository and make changes as you'd like. Pull requests are warmly welcome. There is no need to be a developer or a system administrator to contribute to WordOps project. You can still contribute by helping us to improve WordOps documentation.

Credits

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