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WPEngine Helper

This is a Laravel Zero application with a series of commands to help in interacting with WPEngine sites.

Setup

  1. Locate your WPEngine API credentials and make note of them.

User Setup

If you've downloaded the wpeh binary release, all you have to do is run

wpeh setup

and enter your WPE api credentials when prompted

Developer Setup

  1. Copy .env.example to .env
  2. Edit .env to fill in the appropriate values for your database connection
  3. composer install
  4. npm install

Available Commands

installs:find

Given a partial name, find any matching installs and return information about them.

By default, data is displayed in the following form:

name: <install name>
domain: <install primary domain>
environment: <wpe environment type (production/staging/etc)>
url: <wpe install dashboard url>

You can get the output as JSON with the --output=json or only output the install name with --name-only.

installs:list

List all active, production installs. You can include dev/staging and/or inactive installs with the --development/--staging and --inactive options.

This command also supports --output-json and --name-only.

installs:ssh

Displays the command to connect to an install via ssh.

You can find the command and connect in one step likes so:

`wpeh installs:ssh myinstall`

installs:dump-db

Dump the contents of an install database. Output is sent to STDOUT and is gzipped by default. You can use --raw to get an uncompressed dump.

Example

wpeh installs:dump-db myinstall > myinstall.sql.gz

installs:cache

The wpe helper stores information about all of your WPEngine installs in the database to make for faster queries. This command refreshes that database cache.

installs:clear

Deletes all entries in the database cache.

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