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Using Drush with Multisite

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    with Addison Berry
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    Drush is a really great Drupal management tool
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    and if you're not familiar with it, you should probably check it out.
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    If you are using Drush though, multisite can trip you up
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    a little bit because Drush needs a little more information to know
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    which site you're talking about in the multisite installation.
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    So in this lesson, we'll go ahead and take a look at how we can use
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    Drush within the context of multisite.
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    Now, there are two different things going on here.
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    In the one hand, we might want to only work

Using Drush with Multisite


Drush is a really great tool for managing your Drupal site quickly and easily. If you don't already know about Drush, you should definitely check it out. When working with a multisite installation though, Drush can get confused if you don't give it all the information it needs. In this lesson we'll walk through how to use Drush properly with a multisite installation, covering both how to manage just an individual site and how to work with all of your sites at the same time.

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