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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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Move WordPress site via terminal

Development Server

Set your development creds

CUR_URL=development.server.com
CUR_DB_HOST=database_host
CUR_DB_NAME=database_name
CUR_DB_USER=database_user
CUR_DB_PASS=database_password
CUR_PATH=/path/to/site/

New Server Info

NEW_URL=production.server.com
NEW_DB_HOST=new_database_host
NEW_DB_NAME=new_database_name
NEW_DB_USER=new_database_user
NEW_DB_PASS=new_database_password

Backup zip location and name

BACKUPMYSQLFILE=mysqlbackup.sql
BACKUPFILE=siteexport.tgz

export Database

mysqldump -h localhost -u $CUR_DB_USER -p$CUR_DB_PASS $CUR_DB_NAME > $CUR_PATH$BACKUPMYSQLFILE

find and replace old URLs in SQL file

sed -i “s/${CUR_URL}/${NEW_URL}/g” $CUR_PATH$BACKUPMYSQLFILE

find and replace old Database Info in wp-config.php file

sed -i.backup -e”s/define(‘DB_NAME’, ‘${CUR_DB_NAME}’);/define(‘DB_NAME’, ‘${NEW_DB_NAME}’);/g” -e”s/define(‘DB_USER’, ‘${CUR_DB_USER}’);/define(‘DB_USER’, ‘${NEW_DB_USER}’);/g” -e”s/define(‘DB_PASSWORD’, ‘${CUR_DB_PASS}’);/define(‘DB_PASSWORD’, ‘${NEW_DB_PASS}’);/g” -e”s/define(‘DB_HOST’, ‘${CUR_DB_HOST}’);/define(‘DB_HOST’, ‘${NEW_DB_HOST}’);/g” ${CUR_PATH}wp-config.php

change to the directory of the site, zip it up and move it into the document root

cd ${CUR_PATH} && tar -czf ../${BACKUPFILE} .
mv ../$BACKUPFILE $CUR_PATH

Production Server

Setup production creds

OLD_URL=http://someURL.com/
NEW_PATH=/path/to/site/
NEW_DB_HOST=some_host
NEW_DB_NAME=database_name
NEW_DB_USER=database_user_name
NEW_DB_PASS=database_password

download and extract site backup zip file

wget {$OLD_URL}siteexport.tgz
tar -xsf siteexport.tgz -C {$NEW_PATH}

import data into database

mysql -h {$NEW_DB_HOST} -D {$NEW_DB_NAME} -u {$NEW_DB_USER} -p’{$NEW_DB_PASS}’ < {$NEW_PATH}mysqlbackup.sql

clean up files

rm {$NEW_PATH}siteexport.tgz
rm {$NEW_PATH}mysqlbackup.sql

see full bashscripts here, https://gist.github.com/wookiecooking/5578175

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