pxlrbt/deployer-mysql

Unoffical Deployer recipe containing MySQL tasks.

2.0.0 2020-07-10 12:08 UTC

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Last update: 2022-05-10 17:59:44 UTC


README

An unofficial Deployer recipe containing a set of useful tasks for interacting with MySQL.

Installation

Install via Composer as a dev dependency to your project.

$ composer require --dev pxlrbt/deployer-mysql

Configuration

For configuring MySQL connection, add the following to your deployer config:

require __DIR__ . '/vendor/pxlrbt/deployer-mysql/recipe/mysql.php';

set('mysql.connection', [
  'host' => 'localhost',
  'port' => 3306,
  'database' => 'your_database_name',
  'username' => 'root',
  'password' => 'root',
]);

You can modify the dump file and mysqldump options via:

set('mysql.dump', [
  'file' => 'dump.sql',
  'options' => [
      '--skip-comments'
  ]
]);

Each option you want to add must be a new entry in the array.

Note: the --skip-comments option is the only default option set. So, if you don't have any other options for your setup, you can omit this configuration key entirely.

Autoloading database credentials

Instead of providing your database credentials inside the deployer config, it's better to load them from an existing config (e.g. .env file).

Laravel

There is a recipe that autoloads the credentials from Laravels .env file. Just add the recipe to your deployer file and your ready to go-

require __DIR__ . '/vendor/pxlrbt/deployer-mysql/recipe/laravel.php';