In bedrock ansible installation, the
--path flag doesn’t seem to be working for
migratedb cli command:
web@server$ /usr/bin/wp migratedb profile 5 --path=/srv/www/example.com/current
Warning: No WordPress install found. If the command 'migratedb profile 5' is in a plugin or theme, pass --path=`path/to/wordpress`.
Error: 'migratedb' is not a registered wp command. See 'wp help' for available commands.
$ which wp
It works fine if run from
/srv/www/example.com/current directory without path flag.
Am I doing something wrong?
Does that work?
That’s the solution, @codepuncher. Thanks you.
/usr/bin/wp migratedb profile 6 --path=/srv/www/example.com/current/web/wp
So if I wanted to run a cron job I think it would look like:
0 0 * * * web /usr/bin/wp migratedb profile 6 --path=/srv/www/example.com/current/web/wp > /dev/null 2>&1
6 is the id shown in the query string as the
wpmdb-profile ID. I don’t believe this needs to be run by the
web user, but it probably makes sense to run as web. On my
trellis-provisioned and deployed server the
cron.d files are owned by
I also discovered the at command today which seems great for single scheduled processes:
echo "echo 'It has been a minute' | mail -s 'Greetings from Echo via At' email@example.com" | at now + 1 min
Or in the case of migratedb:
echo "/usr/bin/wp migratedb profile 6 --path=/srv/www/example.com/current/web/wp" | at now + 30 min
Not all Linux installs include
at, but this
Ubuntu 16 does.
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