Using site alias
Drupal Console allows you to run commands from your local server but actually execute them on a local, remote or virtual (VM, Docker) Drupal installation by using site aliases.
Site alias files uses YAML format to provide a collection of predefined options once an alias is defined you can call them using a short name.
A site alias could be defined for a remote site by site using
type: ssh. In this case the ssh command will be used to execute the command on the remote installation.
Site alias files are discoverable from the following paths:
- Per site:
Site alias valid options
List of valid key/value options for site alias file configuration.
- root: Drupal root project directory.
- host: Domain name of the remote system. Not required on local sites.
- port: The port to use when connecting via ssh. The port 22 used by default.
- user: The username to use when connecting via ssh.
- options: Array of valid DrupalConsole options.
- arguments: Array of valid DrupalConsole arguments.
- extra-options: Used only when the target requires extra options, such as alternative authentication method and/or alternative identity file.
- type: Type of site to interact with. Allowed options
localoption is used by default.
NOTE:: The values
type are required.