Quickly dump and load databases
This package provides Artisan commands to quickly dump and load databases in a Laravel application.
# Create a dump php artisan snapshot:create my-first-dump # Make some changes to your db # ... # Create another dump php artisan snapshot:create my-second-dump # Load up the first dump php artisan snapshot:load my-first-dump # List all snapshots php artisan snapshot:list
This package supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.
You can install the package via Composer:
composer require spatie/laravel-db-snapshots
In Laravel 5.5 and above, the package will autoregister the service provider. For Laravel 5.4 or below you must install this service provider to
'providers' => [ // ... Spatie\DbSnapshots\DbSnapshotsServiceProvider::class, ];
And finally you should add a disk named
app/config/filesystems.php on which the snapshots will be saved. This would be a typical configuration:
// ... 'disks' => [ // ... 'snapshots' => [ 'driver' => 'local', 'root' => database_path('snapshots'), ], // ...
Optionally, you may publish the configuration file with:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Spatie\DbSnapshots\DbSnapshotsServiceProvider" --tag="config"
This is the content of the published file:
return [ /** * The name of the disk on which the snapshots are stored. */ 'disk' => 'snapshots', /** * The connection to be used to create snapshots. Set this to null * to use the default configured in `config/databases.php` */ 'default_connection' => null, /** * The directory where temporary files will be stored. */ 'temporary_directory_path' => storage_path('app/laravel-db-snapshots/temp'), ];
To create a snapshot (which is just a dump from the database) run:
php artisan snapshot:create my-first-dump
Giving your snapshot a name is optional. If you don't pass a name the current date time will be used:
# Creates a snapshot named something like `2017-03-17 14:31` php artisan snapshot:create
After you've made some changes to the database you can create another snapshot:
php artisan snapshot:create my-second-dump
To load a previous dump issue this command:
php artisan snapshot:load my-first-dump
To load a previous dump to another DB connection:
php artisan snapshot:load my-first-dump --connection=connectionName
To list all the dumps run:
php artisan snapshot:list
A dump can be deleted with:
php artisan snapshot:delete my-first-dump
There are several events fired which can be used to perform some logic of your own:
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\CreatingSnapshot: will be fired before a snapshot is created
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\CreatedSnapshot: will be fired after a snapshot has been created
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\LoadingSnapshot: will be fired before a snapshot is loaded
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\LoadedSnapshot: will be fired after a snapshot has been loaded
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\DeletingSnapshot: will be fired before a snapshot is deleted
Spatie\DbSnapshots\Events\DeletedSnapshot: will be fired after a snapshot has been deleted
Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.
If you discover any security related issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of using the issue tracker.
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