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Get a list of WordOps commands

To get the list of WordOps commands, you can use the command :

wo

Then for any subcommand, you just have to add the arugment -h or --help to display command informations with examples.

wo site --help

Get the MySQL root password

MySQL root password is stored in the file /etc/mysql/conf.d/my.cnf

Display MySQL user and password of a site

You can use the command :

wo site info site.tld

Access WordOps backend

WordOps backend is available on port 22222, you can access it with the server IP, hostname or with a domain pointed to the server IP :

# with server IP
https://YOUR.SERVER.IP:22222

# with server hostname
https://server.site.tld:22222

# with a domain hosted on the server
https://site.tld:22222

Change WordOps backend username and password

You can use the command :

wo secure --auth