Magento 2 list enabled modules

To list Modules in Magento 2, run

Example

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Magento Change URL

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Magento store web site url in table core_config_data. To see current url, in phpMyAdmin or MySQL command line, run

Normally this show 2 entry. If it shows more than 2 entry, it is because you have more store configured in your Magento installation. In such case, you should be careful to change correct URL. […]

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Install Elasticsearch on Debian for Magento

To install Elasticsearch for Magento on Debian, install Java 1.8 and apt-transport-https

Add key

Add repository

Install Elasticsearch

Enable and start Elasticsearch

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Magento 1 Command Line Tool

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Magento 2 comes with command line tool to manage magento installation. This help you to do many tasks like clearning cache, install extension easier. Magento 1 CLI is available from https://github.com/netz98/n98-magerun To install Magento 1 command line tool, go to Magento install folder and run

Now you will be able to use the command […]

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Change Magento 1.9 admin URL

To change Magento admin URL, login to Magento Admin area. Go to System > Configuration On next page, from side menu, click on Admin menu. On next page

Replace “okadmin” with whatever folder name you need for your magento admin area. Click “Save Config” Edit file

Find

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Clean Magento session folder

On a VPS hosting Magento 1.9 disk was getting full. On checking, found var/session folder taking too much disk space. Disk usage was 34 GB. This folder is used to store PHP session files. You can delete them. I created a cronjob to delete the session files that are older.

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Magento 1.9 Magento 1 Command Line Tool Cronjob for Magento 1.9 Magento 1.9 Nginx Configuration Clean Magento session folder Magento 1.9 store login not working in Chrome Change Magento 1.9 admin URL Enable SSL in Magento 1.9 Magento Change URL Magento 2 Magento 2 Enable SSL Magento 2 CLI Install Elasticsearch on Debian for Magento […]

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