Sympl Command Line

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Sympl has an easy-to-use command line parser, which handles many of the day-to-day configuration tasks.

Note that this feature is in beta, and as such, this functionality may change from time to time.


sympl update

Updates the Sympl packages. to the latest versions available.

Web

sympl web audit

sympl web create example.com

sympl web enable example.com

sympl web disable example.com

sympl web destroy example.com

Database

Admins can create, enable, disable and destroy databases easily using the Sympl command line.

Audit

sympl audit database

Lists the databases and database users.

Create

sympl create database example

Creates a database named example, along with a user of the same name with full access to only that database, and outputs the password. The password is also saved in a files with restricted access in the /home/sympl directory for future reference.

Disable

sympl disable database example

Disables the database user with the name example. This removes access to the database for the user, leaving the user and the database enabled.

Enable

sympl enable database example

Enables the database user with the name example. This restores the user access to the database.

Destroy

sympl destroy database example

Permanently destroys the database and removes the user with the name example. As a safety measure, the database must be disabled first.

Backup

Audit

sympl backup audit

Lists existing backups.

Create

sympl backup create

Takes a new backup.

Enable

sympl backup enable

Enables automatic backups.

Disable

sympl backup disable

Disables automatic backups.

Destroy

sympl backup destroy

Deletes the oldest backup and it's dependencies.

FTP

Functionality for managing mailboxes is not yet implemented.

Mail

Functionality for managing mailboxes is not yet implemented.

DNS

Functionality for managing DNS is not yet implemented.