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File: *manpages*, Node: drush, Up: (dir) DRUSH(1) DRUSH(1) NAME drush - shell scripting interface for Drupal SYNOPSIS drush [options] command... DESCRIPTION drush is a veritable Swiss Army knife designed to make life easier for those of us who spend some of our working hours hacking away at the command prompt. Drush core ships with lots of useful commands for interacting with code like modules/themes/profiles. Similarly, it runs update.php, executes sql queries and DB migrations, and misc utilities like run cron or clear cache. OPTIONS -r path, --root=path Drupal root directory to use (default: current directory) -l uri, --uri=uri URI of the drupal site to use (only needed in multisite environ‐ ments) -v, --verbose Display extra information about the command. -q, --quiet Hide all output -d, --debug Display even more information, including internal messages. -y, --yes Assume 'yes' as answer to all prompts -s, --simulate Simulate all relevant actions (don't actually change the system) -p, --pipe Emit a compact representation of the command for scripting. -h, --help A detailed help system, use drush help help for complete help. --version Show drush version. If you get tired of typing options all the time, you can add them to your drush.php alias or create a drushrc.php file. These provide addi‐ tional options for your drush call. They provide great flexibility for a multi-site installation, for example. See example.drushrc.php. COMMANDS Drush is all based around "commands" that are usually defined in vari‐ ous modules. help Print the help message. Use --filter to limit command list to one command file (e.g. --filter=pm). cache-clear (cc) Clear a specific cache, or all drupal caches. core-cli (cli) Enter a new shell optimized for Drush use. core-cron (cron) Run all cron hooks. core-status (st) Provides a birds-eye view of the current Drupal installation, if any. php-eval (eval) Evaluate arbitrary php code after bootstrapping Drupal. updatedb (updb) Apply any database updates required (as with running update.php). variable-get (vget) Get a list of some or all site variables and values variable-set (vset) Set a variable. watchdog show Shows recent watchdog log messages. Optionally filter for a spe‐ cific type. pm-enable (en) Enable one or more extensions (modules or themes). pm-disable (dis) Disable one or more extensions (modules or themes). pm-download (dl) Download projects from drupal.org or other sources. pm-uninstall Uninstall one or more modules. pm-updatecode (upc) Update Drupal core and contrib projects to latest recommended releases. pm-update (up) Update Drupal core and contrib projects and apply any pending database updates (Same as pm-updatecode + updatedb). sql-cli (sqlc) Open a SQL command-line interface using Drupal's credentials. sql-connect A string for connecting to the DB. sql-dump Exports the Drupal DB as SQL using mysqldump. This manual only lists a few of the most frequently used builtin com‐ mands shipped with the Drush core, since other Drupal modules and third-party "command files" may extend this list significantly. The canonical source of information for the available commands and their usage is the online help system. More information on each command is also available through drush help <command>. Most commands have shortcuts indicated in parenthesis. FILES /etc/drush/drushrc.php /usr/share/doc/drush/examples/example.drushrc.php SEE ALSO cvs(1), svn(1), wget(1). AUTHOR Drush was originally developed by Arto for Drupal 4.7 (this alpha code can still be found in the DRUPAL-4-7 branch). In May 2007, it was partly rewritten and redesigned for Drupal 5 by frando. Since 2008, the module has been maintained by Moshe Weitzman, Owen Barton and Adrian Rossouw. This manual page was written by Antoine Beaupré <email@example.com> in June 2009 for the Debian project (but may be used by others). January 11, 2011 DRUSH(1)