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Executing an arbitrary shell command

A shell provides Developers direct access to the environment for debugging and standard operations eg. Password resets.

Usage

$ skpr exec dev -- echo Hello\ World\!

Hello World!

Other useful purposes:

If you've just deployed an environment and wish to get your application up, you might wish to run other commands. For example, if you have a Drupal application you'll also have access to Drush.

skpr exec dev "drush updatedb -y"
skpr exec dev "drush cache:rebuild"

More Information

$ skpr exec --help

usage: skpr exec <environment> <command>...

Executes a bash command on the specified environment.

Flags:
  --help  Show context-sensitive help (also try --help-long and --help-man).

Args:
  <environment>  Source environment as configured in skipper.
  <command>      Command to execute on remote environment.

What's next?

After deleting an environment, consider one of the following:

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