The Chamilo Shell ("Chash") is a command-line PHP tool meant to speed up the management of (multiple) Chamilo portals under Linux.
git clone https://github.com/chamilo/chash.git cd chash composer install
Note: If you don't have Composer installed, check http://getcomposer.org/download/
Note: To use Chash with PHP 7.0 or lower, please use branch 1.0:
git clone -b 1.0 https://github.com/chamilo/chash.git
Here are a few examples of how you can use Chash:
In a Chamilo installation folder located in "/var/www/chamilo"
cd /var/www/chamilo php /path/chash/chash.php chamilo:status Chamilo $_configuration info: Chamilo $_configuration[root_web]: http://localhost/chamilo-220.127.116.11-stable/ Chamilo $_configuration[root_sys]: /var/www/chamilo-18.104.22.168-stable/ Chamilo $_configuration[main_database]: chamilo18777_chamilo_main Chamilo $_configuration[db_host]: localhost Chamilo $_configuration[db_user]: root Chamilo $_configuration[db_password]: root Chamilo $_configuration[single_database]: Chamilo $_configuration[db_glue]: `.` Chamilo $_configuration[table_prefix]: Chamilo database settings: Chamilo setting_current['chamilo_database_version']: 22.214.171.12415 Chamilo $_configuration[system_version]: 1.9.6
Inside a chamilo folder execute db:sql_cli in order to enter to the SQL client of the Chamilo database:
php /path/chash.php db:sql_cli --conf=main/inc/conf/configuration.php
If you have configured Chash globally (see below), from any Chamilo directory:
chash translation:disable french
This procedure is only required once, and is generally for developers. If you update chash frequently, you'll have to go through this each time you update, but never more than that.
You need to have curl (in order to download packages required to build chash.phar)
apt-get install php-curl
If you don't have composer installed on your computer, you can just do the following to download and install it and run the command above (make sure you have PHP5 enabled on the command line):
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php php5 composer.phar update --no-dev --prefer-dist
In order to generate the executable chash.phar file. You have to set first this php setting (in your cli php configuration file).
For example in Ubuntu /etc/php5/cli/php.ini
phar.readonly = Off
(or you can also use the "-d phar.readonly=0" option as described below)
You need to download the required third parties libraries via composer (this might take a few minutes):
cd chash composer update --no-dev --prefer-dist
Then you can call the php createPhar.php file. A new chash.phar file will be created.
cd chash composer update --no-dev php -d phar.readonly=0 createPhar.php
If you're using php 5.3 with suhosin, the phar will not be executed. You can try this:
php -d suhosin.executor.include.whitelist="phar" chash.phar
or you can change this setting in your /etc/php5/cli/conf.d/suhosin.ini file (look for "executor"), although this might increase the vulnerability of your system. The location of the file may vary depending on your operating system.
To get the most out of Chash, you should move the chash.phar file to (or link from) your /usr/local/bin directory. You can do this getting inside the directory where you put chash.phar and doing:
chmod +x chash.phar sudo ln -s /path/to/chash.phar /usr/local/bin/chash
Then you can launch chash by moving into any Chamilo installation directory and typing
It will give you the details of the commands you can use to run it properly.
The most useful command to us until now has been the "chash db:sql_cli" command, which puts you directly into a MySQL client session.
Available commands: ccf Shortcut to files:clean_course_files dbc Shortcut to db:sql_cli dbcli Shortcut to db:sql_cli fct Shortcut to files:clean_temp_folder fsdu Shortcut to files:show_disk_usage fudms Shortcut to files:update_directory_max_size help Displays help for a command list Lists commands selfupdate Updates chash to the latest version tasl Shortcut to translation:add_sub_language tdl Shortcut to translation:disable tel Shortcut to translation:enable tl Shortcut to translation:list tpl Shortcut to translation:platform_language urla Shortcut to user:url_access usl Shortcut to user:set_language chash chash:chamilo_install Execute a Chamilo installation to a specified version. chash:chamilo_status Show the information of the current Chamilo installation chash:chamilo_upgrade Execute a chamilo migration to a specified version or the latest available version chash:chamilo_wipe Prepares a portal for a new installation chash:self-update Updates chash to the latest version chash:setup Setups the migration.yml db db:drop_databases Drops all databases from the current Chamilo install db:dump Outputs a dump of the database db:full_backup Generates a .tgz from the Chamilo files and database db:restore Allows you to restore an SQL dump right into the active database of a given Chamilo installation (which will also erase all previous data in that database) db:show_conn_info Shows database connection credentials for the current Chamilo install db:sql_cli Enters to the SQL command line db:sql_count Count the number of rows in a specific table dbal dbal:import Import SQL file(s) directly to Database. dbal:run-sql Executes arbitrary SQL directly from the command line. files files:clean_config_files Cleans the config files to help you re-install files:clean_course_files Cleans the courses directory files:clean_deleted_documents Cleans the documents that were deleted but left as _DELETED_ files:clean_temp_folder Cleans the temp directory. files:convert_videos Converts all videos found in the given directory (recursively) to the given format, using the ffmpeg command line files:delete_courses Given an ID, code or category code, deletes one or several courses completely files:delete_multi_url Deletes one URL out of a multi-url campus files:generate_temp_folders Generate temp folder structure: twig files:replace_url Cleans the config files to help you re-install files:set_permissions_after_install Set permissions files:show_disk_usage Shows the disk usage vs allowed space, per course files:show_mail_conf Returns the current mail config files:update_directory_max_size Increases the max disk space for all the courses reaching a certain threshold. info info:which Tells where to find code for Chamilo tools migrations migrations:diff Generate a migration by comparing your current database to your mapping information. migrations:execute Execute a single migration version up or down manually. migrations:generate Generate a blank migration class. migrations:migrate Execute a migration to a specified version or the latest available version. migrations:status View the status of a set of migrations. migrations:version Manually add and delete migration versions from the version table. translation translation:add_sub_language Creates a sub-language translation:disable Disables a (enabled) language translation:enable Enables a (disabled) language translation:export_language Exports a Chamilo language package translation:import_language Import a Chamilo language package translation:list Gets all languages as a list translation:platform_language Gets or sets the platform language translation:terms_package Generates a package of given language terms user user:change_pass Updates the user password to the one given user:disable_admins Makes the given user admin on the main portal user:make_admin Makes the given user admin on the main portal user:reset_login Outputs login link for given username user:set_language Sets the users language to the one given user:url_access Show the access per Url
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