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README.md

Wundertools

Reference setup with Ansible & Vagrant for Drupal 8 projects. For Drupal 7 support, see the Drupal 7 branch.

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Requirements

  • Install Vagrant 1.9.2 or greater
  • Install vagrant-cachier vagrant plugin install vagrant-cachier
  • Install Virtualbox 5.1 or greater. Note version 5.1.24 has a known issue that breaks nfs, do not use it, version 5.1.22 s known to work.
  • Make sure you have python2.7 also installedi (For OS X should be default).

Creating a new project

If you are starting a new project, see: Setup.md

Setting up an existing project locally

Find the IP-address and hostname that this local environment is configured to use from conf/vagrant_local.yml and add it to your own /etc/hosts file:

10.0.13.37 local.wundertools.com

Let Vagrant create your new machine:

vagrant up

This will create a new Virtual machine on your computer, configure it with all the nice bells & whistles that you can think of (like MariaDB, nginx, Varnish, memcached and whatnot) and start it up for you. This will also install vagrant plugin depedencies, if you encounter issues while installing the plugins then you could use: vagrant --skip-dependency-manager up

SSH into your box and build and install Drupal:

vagrant ssh
cd /vagrant/drupal
./build.sh new

If this is a project with an existing production/staging server, you should probably sync the production database now, from your local machine:

sync.sh

Drush is usable without ssh access with the drush.sh script e.g:

$ ./drush.sh cr

To open up ssh access to the virtual machine:

$ vagrant ssh

Optional additions

WunderSecrets

You can setup additional git repository for shared secrets. You need to set that in conf/project.yml -> wundersecrets: remote: git@github.com:username/repo.

Only the file ansible.yml is loaded from that repository.

Useful things

At the moment IP is configured in Vagrantfile variable INSTANCE_IP

Varnish responds to http://x.x.x.x/

Nginx responds to http://x.x.x.x:8080/

Solr responds to http://x.x.x.x:8983/solr

MailHOG responds to http://x.x.x.x:8025 or https://local.project.tld/mailhog/

Docs are in http://x.x.x.x:8080/index.html You can setup the dir where the docs are taken from and their URL from the variables.yml file.

    #Docs
    docs:
      hostname : 'docs.local.wundertools.com'
      dir : '/vagrant/docs'

Vagrant + Ansible configuration

Vagrant is using Ansible provision stored under the ansible subdirectory. The inventory file (which stores the hosts and their IP's) is located under ansible/inventory. Host specific configurations for Vagrant are stored in ansible/vagrant.yml and the playbooks are under ansible/playbook directory. Variable overrides are defined in ansible/variables.yml.

You should only bother with the following:

  • Vagrant box setup conf/vagrant.yml
  • What components do you want to install? conf/vagrant.yml
  • And how are those set up? conf/variables.yml
  • You can also fix your vagrant/ansible base setup to certain branch/revision conf/project.yml There you can also do the same for build.sh

Debugging tools

XDebug tools are installed via the devtools role. Everything should work out of the box for PHPStorm. PHP script e.g. drush debugging should also work.

Lando debugging

XDebug can be enabled by uncommeting xdebug: true in the .lando.yml file. After lando rebuild port 9000 is used for XDebug.

Note: Make sure port 9000 is not used in your OS for anything else. You can see all ports in use for example with lsof -i -n -P. For example php-fpm might be using port 9000 if you have it running.