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Magento 2 – Add Admin From Command Line

To add an admin user to a Magento 2 site from the command line, SSH to the server and change to the root directory of the Magento 2 install. Then run this command:

On a server with Plesk a few notes:

  • It’s best to run this command as the user that owns the website subscription.
  • You may need to set the path to the correct PHP version with “export PATH=/opt/plesk/php/7.0/bin/php:$PATH”.
  • If you get “PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of xxxxxxx bytes exhausted” then edit the php.ini file for the correct PHP version and increase the “memory_limit” setting.

 

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Drupal Admin Password Reset With Drush

SSH into the website document root and install drush:

Use drush to reset admin user password:

 

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Quick WordPress Install With wp-cli

These steps assume that wp-cli is installed and a database has been created.

 

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WordPress SSL Termination Fix

Add this code to wp-config.php to stop redirect loops caused by SSL termination on a proxy or load balancer:

 

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Change WordPress User Password With WP-CLI

WP-CLI is a great tool for managing WordPress sites from the command line. As an example you can quickly change a WordPress user’s password with WP-CLI. This can be very handy on sites that you don’t have a WordPress admin login. First, if you don’t already have WP-CLI installed then follow the instructions here:

http://wp-cli.org/#installing

Then “cd” to the root of the WordPress site and run the following command:

Where <user> is the username and <pass> is the new password.

Here’s an example:

You can actually update other user parameters with the “user update” sub-command. See the full docs here:

http://wp-cli.org/commands/user/update/

 

 

 

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