Updating Magento 2 is very simple however, I would like to stress the importance of backing up your database BEFORE running any upgrade. I’d also like to HIGHLY suggest you do NOT do this on a production site until you’ve tested either locally or on a dev/staging environment. You will[…]
There are many tutorials out there that show you how to install Magento using SSH, but in my experience, there is always something that is missing. Here’s a collection of what I’ve found to work. I am using the Magento Sample data on this installation as well. For those of[…]
Open terminal and cd to the location of your file then do the following: $ scp [filename.extension] [username@serverIP]:[folder]/. example using actual names $ scp 3.tar firstname.lastname@example.org:public_html/.
Login as adminonly via ssh. SU Root cd ../ ../ to get to your sites directory type mysql -u <USERNAME> -p Press Enter Enter password Type Use <DBNAME> Type Source <filename.sql> Wait until the mysql prompt appears and it’s all done. **Do not type the <> in the example[…]