Known allows you to install Known via the command line, this can be handy for scripted installs, using non-MySQL database backends, or when installing over a terminal connection to a remote server.
Go in to
/warmup/CLI, and you’ll see
To install a brand new Known using an interactive install simply run
A manifest is used to pass configuration options to the CLI installer so that you won’t be prompted for them. This is useful for scripting installs.
First, generate a manifest template:
./CLIInstaller generate-manifest /path/to/manifest
Next, edit that file and fill in the appropriate option.
Now, you are able to pass these options to the installer:
./CLIInstaller install config.ini /path/to/manifest
You’ll also notice I’m specifying the
config.ini ini file to write to, you can write this config to other files as necessary, which is handy if you’re using per-domain configuration.
The CLI installer has a few other options that might be useful:
If you just want to check that your server has the necessary requirements to run Known, you can execute:
Generate config from manifest
If you want to generate a config file, but without going through the full install (useful if you want to generate a new domain config in a script), you can use the following command to do so
./CLIInstaller.php makeconfig /path/to/manifest
This will output the new config to stdOut. You can save it to an ini file as appropriate.