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Command Line Update of database

  • I manage around a dozen WordPress blogs, and I’ve found the ability to use SVN to manage upgrading to be indispensable. I’ve even created a script that automatically updates all the versions by calling svn sw on each blog directory.

    One thing I’d really like to see is a command line database upgrade script. Could be a shell script, could be a PHP script that just gets run on the commandline. But something I can add to my flow so I don’t have to manually open /wp-admin/upgrade.php on each blog manually in my web browser.

    Thanks for listening. Apologies if this has been suggested before, my Googling didn’t turn up anything.

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  • Bump. I manage probably close to 20 blogs for other people. I’ve automated the heck out of applying updates to the files… a similar way of upgrading the databases would be really handy.

    Thanks.

    Ever figure anything out for automating this? I am in the same boat. Would be nice to basically create an api that could be access through curl that would just run wp-admin/update-core.php and spit back the results.

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