EasyEngine Config File

EasyEngine Config file is stored at

/etc/ee/ee.conf

Above is global config file. There is no support for per-linux-user config values as of now.


stack section

apt-get-assume-yes

Automatically assume “yes” for packages install, remove or purge through apt-get used internally via EasyEngine.

It doesn’t behavior of apt-get command run manually or directly by you.

Valid Values:
* true => assume yes as user confirmation (default)
* false => ask for the user confirmation

gpg-key-fix

When you face gpg-key verification error, if this option is true, EasyEngine can try another mirror and fetch the key.

Valid Values:
* false => don’t fix automatically (default)
* true => fix automatically

ip-address

Comma separeated IP address are used for debugging site and whitelisting for EasyEngine admin port (22222)

ee secure –port command can be used to change IP adderess

Valid Values: Comma separated IP addresses

mysql section

grant-host

Hostname/public ip of EasyEngine server. This values is used during External MySQL.
Valid Values: Any IP/Hostname. Default is “localhost”.

db-name

EasyEngine create database automatically for wordpress as well as MySQL sites where database-name is based on domain name provided to ee site create command.

If you like to specify database name manually, set this value to true.

Valid Values:
* false => set databasename based on site-name being created (default)
* true => supply database name, if required, manually during site creation process.

db-user

EasyEngine create a new MySQL user automatically for wordpress as well as MySQL sites where MySQL username is based on domain name provided to ee site create command.

If you like to specify MySQL username manually, set this value to true.
Valid Values:
* false => create MySQL user based on site-name being created (default)
* true => supply MySQL username name, if required, manually during site creation process.

wordpress section

prefix

By default EasyEngine uses wp_ as default WordPress table prefix.
If you like to specify WordPress prefix manually, set this value to true

Valid Values:
* false => Use WordPress table prefix as wp_ (default)
* true => supply WordPress table prefix, if required, manually during site creation process.

user

By default EasyEngine uses admin as WordPress first user (admin user).

You can change it to any name.

For example, if you want to make rtcamp as default WordPress admin username, then set user = rtcamp

Valid Values: Any string. Default is “admin”.

password

By default EasyEngine generate random password for WordPress admin user.

You can change it to any string.

For example, if you want to make rtcamp as default WordPress admin password, then set password = rtcamp

Valid Values: Any string.

email

By default EasyEngine uses git config user.email as email address for default WordPress username

EasyEngine prompts for email address at the time of installation. If you haven’t specified it correctly, you can change it to any valid email address.

For example, if you want to make you@example.com as default WordPress admin email, then set email = you@example.com

Valid Values: Any email

3 responses to “EasyEngine Config File”

    • Not now. I think it’s not required either.

      Future releases will have monitoring mechanism which will report memory issue and might also tweak related parameters automatically.

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