Magento 2 SE box
Get this repo
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/studioemma/vagrant-mage2.git
When you forgot the --recursive part you can update the submodules recursive.
$ git submodule update --init --recursive
The box needs a config.yml file. For everyones convenience there is a
project: 'magento2' type: 'magento2-ce' ip: '192.168.254.253' path: '../magento2' memory: 1024 cpus: 1
So as you can see from the sample you can customize the project name (this will
have impact on the hostname shown to you when you ssh into the box). The
host-only ip address can be configured, so when you have more than one of
these boxes running you can do so without conflicting. The path to the root of
your project must be defined. And in case you must you can add more memory and
more cpus to the configuration to avoid sluggish responses when developing.
The type given in the configuration will cause a specific provisioning script
to be used. Now we provide
As an extra there is now a
magento2-ce-elastic. Thatone will give you
everything for community edition + elasticsearch.
For frontend development there is a grunt config file available in magento so grunt is globally installed in this box. For use with magento you also need a project local part installed. You can find how to install grunt in the (magento2 devdocs)[http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/frontend-dev-guide/css-topics/css_debug.html#grunt_prereq].
What we need to do locally to get started with grunt is:
$ cd /var/www/website $ npm install
And we need to prepare the 'frontend' files. Here we must make sure there is
nothing left in the static folder, if there is something left there, there is a
big chance your grunt flow will not work properly. For custom theming do not
forget to update
$ rm -rf pub/static/* $ bin/magento dev:source-theme:deploy $ grunt watch
Use the appropriate options for
We are using nginx with php-fpm. The modules needed for magento are installed
and are working. For convenience reasons there are aliases available for you to
rn and to restart php-fpm:
The default vhost has no server name so it will respond on every address you throw at it.
For php debugging xdebug is also installed and configured to automatically callback to the 'caller' machine on port 9000. When you want to debug cli scripts you must add the XDEBUG_CONFIG env var before running the php script.
$ XDEBUG_CONFIG="remote_host=192.168.254.1" php myscript.php
PHPSTORM users might need to add more to have a smooth debugging experience.
$ XDEBUG_CONFIG="remote_host=192.168.254.1" PHP_IDE_CONFIG="serverName=default" php myscript.php
By default mysql is installed and creates a database. You can connect to the database with the following credentials:
user: root password: toor database: magento2
By default memcached is installed and can be used in magento to store the
sessions. When you want to use memcached add the following to
... 'session' => [ 'save' => 'memcached', 'save_path' => '127.0.0.1:11211', ], ...
You can view the memcached stats and issue some commands to it via
phpmemacheadmin. The phpmemcachedadmin listens for a wildcard domain
phpmemcacheadmin.*.test. When we are using
magento2 we can for example add
phpmemcacheadmin.magento2.test to our hosts file.
There is a redis server available and it can be used in magento for page
caching. To use redis as page caching mechanism add the following to
... 'cache' => [ 'frontend' => [ 'page_cache' => [ 'backend' => 'Cm_Cache_Backend_Redis', 'backend_options' => [ 'server' => '127.0.0.1', 'port' => '6379', 'persistent' => '', 'database' => 1, 'password' => '', 'force_standalone' => 0, 'connect_retries' => 1, ] ] ], ], ...
phpredmin is also available on a wildcard domain
phpredmin.*.test. So we can
for example add the following to our hosts file:
By default mailcatcher is running and listening on port 25. It is also added as sendmail binary to your php setup.
For convenience there is a wildcard domain
mailcatcher.*.test. So we can also
add thisone to our hosts file:
Varnish is setup with the default vcl for magento2. If you want to test how your magento2 site behaves with varnish you can browse to http://magento2.test:6081.
TODO: add an admin dashboard for varnish
There is Beanstalkd available when you want to do some simple queuing. This is rather for internal projects only since for Magento we probably will use rabbitmq by default.
For convenience there is a beanstalk admin installed which is reacheable on http://phpbeanstalkadmin.magento2.test
You could add an entry for that in your hosts file:
Available for Enterprise Magento2 installations.
The management interface of rabbitmq is installed and reachable on http://rabbitmq.magento2.test
ElasticHQ is installed as UI to get insight into your local elasticsearch cluster. If put in your hosts file you can reach it on http://elastichq.magento2.test
Because Magento Commerce supports Elasticsearch 2 and 5 and Elastic Suite for the community edition is now optimized for Elasticsearch 5.x the default choice is Elasticsearch 5.x .
- the website is always mapped to /var/www/website
wwwwill cd you to the website path
rnwill restart nginx
rpwill restart php-fpm
Example Hosts File
192.168.254.253 magento2.test 192.168.254.253 phpbeanstalkadmin.magento2.test 192.168.254.253 mailcatcher.magento2.test 192.168.254.253 phpmemcacheadmin.magento2.test 192.168.254.253 rabbitmq.magento2.test 192.168.254.253 phpredmin.magento2.test 192.168.254.253 elastichq.magento2.test
All boxes are currently based on Ubuntu Xenial (16.04)
- magento2-ce-php7.0: configuration for Magento Community with php 7.0
- magento2-ce-php7.1: configuration for Magento Community with php 7.1
- magento2-ee-php7.0: configuration for Magento Commerce with php 7.0
- magento2-ee-php7.1: configuration for Magento Commerce with php 7.1
- magento2-ce-php7.0-elastic: configuration for Magento Community with php 7.0 with elasticearch 5.x
- magento2-ce-php7.1-elastic: configuration for Magento Community with php 7.1 with elasticearch 5.x
The 7.1 version works but since mcrypt is deprecated you might need to do some manual changes to get it all working fine.
- trusty-5.5 : ubuntu 14.04 with the latest php 5.5 available
- trusty-5.6 : ubuntu 14.04 with the latest php 5.6 available
- trusty-7.0 : ubuntu 14.04 with the latest php 7.0 available