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Magento 2 has a console command admin:user:create

At a quick search we find a class that defines a command with such a name Magento\Setup\Console\Command\AdminUserCreateCommand

Yet putting a breakpoint or even the old var_dump die seems to have no effect when this console command is run admin:user:create.

So what code is executed when we run admin:user:create from the console?

 /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    protected function execute(InputInterface $input, OutputInterface $output)
    {
        var_dump("here");
        exit;
        $errors = $this->validate($input);
        if ($errors) {
            $output->writeln('<error>' . implode('</error>' . PHP_EOL . '<error>', $errors) . '</error>');
            // we must have an exit code higher than zero to indicate something was wrong
            return \Magento\Framework\Console\Cli::RETURN_FAILURE;
        }
        $installer = $this->installerFactory->create(new ConsoleLogger($output));
        $installer->installAdminUser($input->getOptions());
        $output->writeln(
            '<info>Created Magento administrator user named ' . $input->getOption(AdminAccount::KEY_USER) . '</info>'
        );
    }

Does nothing. The command executes freely.

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There are two classes Magento\Setup\Console\Command\AdminUserCreateCommand. One is placed inside setup dir and the other one is inside vendor/magento2-base.

Magento usses the one from root/setup/src/Magento/Setup...

The interact method always executes first. Followed by the execute method.

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