After I finally got
AWS up and running, I have another question.
I’ve manually set my endpoint under
The instructions for a normal
wp-config.php install makes sense, un, pw, and host, and off we go. However, with
trellis it’s a bit confusing.
Would you mind helping a bIt?
Sorry, I don’t folllow the question. You are asking how to connect to your MySQL datbase remotely? Are you talking about from the Bedrock installation, or from an app like Sequel Pro?
I’m talking using
RDS instead of using
mysql directly on the app server.
Check the trellis readme at the bottom
env - environment variables
And it’s nested variables
wp_home - WP_HOME constant (required)
wp_siteurl - WP_SITEURL constant (required)
wp_env - environment (required, matches group name: development, staging, production)
db_name - database name (required)
db_user - database username (required)
db_password - database password (required)
db_host - database hostname (default: localhost)
domain_current_site (required if multisite.enabled is true)
You need to set your
DB_PASSWORD as usual of course to match your RDS credentials.
false. The main difference with a remote db is you need to make sure the database is already create outside of Trellis.
Note that some changes are coming to this workflow. See https://github.com/roots/trellis/pull/239