The CLI for Drupal – Drush is now preinstalled on SiteGround servers!

Drush available on SiteGround servers!

Lately, we have added some fancy new features for Joomla and WordPress users and you might be wondering what’s next in our queue. We intend to add such features for other popular applications on our servers as well. So the good news this week is that our Drupal users can enjoy Drush 6.0 preinstalled on our servers!

What is Drush?

Drush is a command line interface that allows you to manage your Drupal website directly from a SSH console. You can use Drush to accomplish almost every task you usually perform from your Drupal admin panel and even more. For example, you can update your Drupal application, install & uninstall plugins, clear your cache and more.

How to Launch Drush?

Usually, you need to install Drush and configure it to work with your account, which is often a cumbersome process. That’s not the case if you’re a SiteGround customer – we have installed Drush on server level! We have also prepared an easy Drush tutorial with more information on the available commands to help you get started.

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  1. Reply March 19, 2014 / 07:36 Agim metaSiteGround Team

    What a breakthrough on website design.we will try to add such feature on our new website we are building.I go through the Drush tutorial for more information.Thanks for the update

  2. Reply May 10, 2014 / 01:41 ghalibSiteGround Team

    thanks to share about Drush,. it is very helpful..:)

  3. Reply July 25, 2014 / 04:32 CristophSiteGround Team

    thanks to share about Drush

  4. Reply August 13, 2014 / 13:37 tee blueprintSiteGround Team

    What is the name of the Drupal CLI?

    • Reply August 15, 2014 / 04:54 HristoSiteGround Team

      Drush 🙂

  5. Reply January 16, 2015 / 09:54 Revitol Hair Removal CreamSiteGround Team

    so the name of Drupal CLI is drush ??

    • Reply January 20, 2015 / 19:15 HristoSiteGround Team

      Yes 🙂

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