webfixit/cachehostsmanager dev-master

Allows the purge/clear/flush of the PHP OpCache via the CLI and Magento2 Backend

Type

magento2-module

License

OSL-3.0

Requires

None

Requires (dev)

None

Suggests

None

Provides

None

Conflicts

None

Replaces

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Magento2 cache hosts Manager

Allows to manage your cache hosts via the CLI. You can add for instance Varnish servers and remove them again in the configuration.

Status

I believe this package is stable. Yet I want to warn you about using it in production:

  • It has not been used intensively by the community
  • Magento core changes often - I cannot guarenty this package will work on the next update.
  • Make sure you have the correct backups of your configurations.

When you are in need of a tool like this, I assume you have somewhat decent knowledge the make the right calls ;)

Why

Because the default CLI setting (config:set --http-cache-hosts) is not usefull. The config:set commands overrides all your hosts. Imagine a dynamic setup where you add a new server. The configuration (env.php) is shared via a NFS (or whatever volume). You must know all hosts if you want to add your new host.

With this manager you can simply do bin/magento cachehosts:add {currenthost} and it will append the server, rather than overriding all your servers

About me

I'm a DevOps engineer for a full service digital agency in the Netherlands. When possible I try to create opensource scripts / extentions and tools. If you appriciate my work, please be so kind to donate so I can keep drinking beer.

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How the CLI works

There are 2 commands:

bin/magento cachehosts:add

bin/magento cachehosts:remove

Arguments are the host(s), comma seperated

CLI Usage

Add

// Using default port
bin/magento cachehosts:add 127.0.0.1
// Adding multiple hosts
bin/magento cachehosts:add 127.0.0.1,127.0.0.2
// Adding with port
bin/magento cachehosts:add 127.0.0.1:1337

Remove

// Using default port
bin/magento cachehosts:remove 127.0.0.1
// Removing multiple hosts
bin/magento cachehosts:remove 127.0.0.1,127.0.0.2
// Removing with port
bin/magento cachehosts:remove 127.0.0.1:1337

Mixing up

bin/magento cachehosts:remove 127.0.0.1:1337,127.0.0.1

It is ok to have the same host on different ports.

Install with Composer

composer require webfixit/cachehostsmanager