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Many modules provide Drush commands; a complete list of modules is available at http://drupal.org/taxonomy/term/4654. I have found a number of Drush modules I use on a frequent basis, discussed in the following sections.
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The Backup and Migrate module (http://drupal.org/project/backup_migrate) allows you to back up the database, the files directory, or both through the Drupal admin section. It also supplies several Drush commands that allow you to back up or restore databases through Drush.
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Drush Cleanup allows you to quickly and easily delete all text files not needed with Drupal, such as INSTALL.txt, UPGRADE.txt, and more. To run it, simply navigate to the directory of the Drupal site in question, and enter drush cleanup. See http://drupal.org/project/drush_cleanup for details.
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If you manage the Drupal web site staging process or a number of Drupal sites, you will eventually encounter the issue of pushing site changes from one site to another. That is, say you have three versions of a single site, all belong to different developers, and a developer makes a change to a view. How do you push the change to this view to all developers without requiring a sync of the databases Generally speaking, Drupal is moving in the direction of creating exportables to solve this problem, in which data files are used to save database changes (views, content types, field changes, and so on). The eventual result is that you can make changes to one site and push changes to another site. Drush EM (http://drupal.org/project/drush_em) helps you in this process. Technically it dumps and updates exportables from modules such as CTools and Views. This allows you to use a versioning system (or rsync) to sync exportables between sites, from which Drush EM can update the database. The process looks like this: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Developer A makes changes to a view. Developer A runs the command drush em-dump, dumping the exportable into a module. Developer A commits the module to the repository. Developer B updates their local copy. Developer B runs the command drush em-update, updating the local database to the current view.
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DRUSH, THE COMMAND-LINE SHELL FOR DRUPAL
Drush Make
Drush Make is one of the most useful modules you will ever encounter. Drush Make allows you to create a single file that is used to download Drupal core and contributed modules into a single directory. That is, you can create a file that lists all required modules, run the Drush Make command, and the site is automatically built. See Figure B-1 for a sample Drush Make file.
Figure B-1. Sample make file for Drush Make Drush Make files are saved with a .make extension and have a number of capabilities:
Download core and contributed modules Check out code from the git, SVN, CVS, and bzr repositories Create a .tar, .gz, or .zip file of all modules defined in the makefile Fetch and apply patches
See the Drush Make project homepage (http://drupal.org/project/drush_make) for syntax, example usage, and more.
How to install Drush on cPanel
Drush is installed on cPanel on an account-by-account basis; that is, each user (for example, /home/fd7) has its own Drush installation and configuration. Installing Drush is a matter of downloading files, configuring .bashrc, and (optionally) creating a symlink. You have a few options to think through for your first step: should cPanel users have their own version of Drush, or should users link to a single, master version Depending on the number of developers on a team or how you configure your development environment, you may want all developers to have access to a shared version of Drush. The benefit of this is that you can create an admin account that has source versions of all software and scripts, which can help when troubleshooting software-based bugs. First, download Drush into a directory on your server; you ll need to create a new user if you re using shared software, as explained earlier. I usually create a folder named drush with two folders, drush and drush_mods, located within; if I m sharing scripts, I include them in the primary drush folder (see Figure B-2).
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