If you enabled one or more modules, then you will need to run magento setup:upgrade to update the database schema.
By default, magento setup:upgrade clears compiled code and the cache. Typically, you use magento setup:upgrade to update components and each component can require different compiled classes.
magento setup:upgrade --keep-generated
The optional ...
Search for the missing class in your magento2 code, you can do via linux cli:
grep -rnw '/path/to/magento2-root' -e 'Magento\\Email\\Model\\Source\\Variables'
and comment any line calling this class (that was removed from magento2.3)
You can also change this class in Magento 2.3 for Magento\Variable\Model\Source\Variables
There is this blog post by our friend Alan Storm, which most people seems to be using. The problem is this really doesn't work properly here's why.
Use setAreaCode or getAreaCode in the __constructor. This is bad! When you run a command, magento builds the list of all commands available in the system and then does a check to see if the requested is ...
This issue generally occurs when you keep backup folders in module/theme view files
Remove backup files and try again, it would be working fine.
ObjectManagerProvider.php is the starting point of initializing all commands with application run
Here createCliCommands() function creates cli commands and initialize them with application instance
createCliCommands() function gets list of command instances from getCommands() function which ...
This command runs to create symlinks to LESS files in project.
dev:source-theme: deploy: Collects and publishes source files for the
To create LESS files for the frontend theme named VendorName/themeName in the en_US locale using a CSS file named <magento_root>/pub/static/frontend/VendorName/themeName/en_US/css/styles-l.css, ...
A good place to start is with the official documentation from Magento. I personally like the work that Alan Storm did with this series of tutorials about the object manager. Even though it's not focused on creating and using the new CLI, it's a great place to learn how to construct commands and how to read the code that does the construction.
You can use -n parameter to disable interactive mode and assume yes.
-n, --no-interaction Do not ask any interactive question
So, your final command will be
bin/magento setup:config:set --http-cache-hosts=172.xx.xx.xx -n
I have one other way. You can use this code :
Create di.xml file and add this below code :
<config xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:framework:ObjectManager/etc/config.xsd">
You can use this command
You can also define a theme path like below, you can add --backup-code to take backup
magento theme:uninstall frontend/Magento/blank --backup-code
You can Remove themes from the theme database table.
Hope it Helps.
You can update your magento version using following command
composer require magento/product-community-edition=2.3.3 --no-update
after composer update finished run setup:upgrade
Ref: Dev docs
Please, check that interceptor class on your server:
ls -la generated/code/Magento/Webapi/Model/Cache/Type/Webapi/Interceptor.php
(from Magento root dir.)
In case it has a wrong permissions change it according your needs (usually make it accessible by web-server user is enough).
Another case that interceptor class used somewhere in your code directly (or ...
I'm not sure what $item is, but I can explain what the methods that start with uns do.
If your $item is an instance of a class that inherits Magento\Framework\DataObject and you have no method defined called unsEquipmentName calling $item->unsEquipmentName() is equivalent to $item->unsetData('equipment_name').
This does not affect you database.
It just ...
You can use php's system function to resolve your problem.
Create a php file, command.php in your magento's root and put following code in it ;
system("php bin/magento inderxer:reset");
system("php bin/magento inderxer:reindex");
Hit the php file through your browser by hitting yourstoreurl.com/command.php, you will execute the commands mentioned ...
The command 'module:status' has been declared in
Use a grep command to find out in which module the Console Command is declared:
grep -r 'module:status' vendor/magento/
and then in this case it is in magento2-base setup which will be placed in the setup folder during installation.
You need to add your custom console command to OS crontab.
crontab -u <Magento file system owner username> -e
crontab -u magento_user -e
Then add your commands with time interval in the end of the file as save,
* * * * * <path to php binary> <magento install dir>/bin/magento your_command:your_sub_command
* * *...