System Administration & Services Management¶
Instances come with preset environment variables, that you can list using:
env | grep 'APP' # Example: # APP_ENV=prod # APP_INDEX_HOSTS=localhost:9200 # APP_DATABASE_PASSWORD=UjNRiyc9YgHcvVsACePXKofn # APP_DATABASE_HOST=localhost # APP_SECRET=6d40b1ed-6ce0-6ca7-f1c9-256c2241edc9
Connect to the database by using mysql, with no need to provide credentials. They are read from ~/.my.cnf.
$ mysql $ mysqldump akeneo_pim # to dump the content of the database
akeneo is an unprivileged user, but you can use the aliases below to perform system operations.
||Show status or start/restart mysql daemon|
||Show status or start/restart elasticsearch daemon|
||Show status or start/restart php-fpm daemon (Command name can vary depending on your version of PHP)|
||Clear PIM cache properly. Stops php-fpm and job consumers, deletes PIM cache folder, warms up PIM cache and restarts php-fpm and job consumers|
||Show status, start/stop/restart or enable/disable job consumers. Refer to this page for more details|
Third-party Software Installation¶
Third-party packages can’t be installed, with the exceptions of PHP packages.
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