EasyEngine makes it greatly easy to manage nginx, a fast web-server software that consumes little memory when handling increasing volumes of concurrent users.
For Linux, we have created an installer script which will install all the dependencies for you. We have tested this on Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04, 18.04 and Debian 8.
wget -qO ee https://rt.cx/ee4 && sudo bash ee
Even if the script doesn't work for your distribution, you can manually install the dependencies and then run the following commands to install EasyEngine
wget -O /usr/local/bin/ee https://raw.githubusercontent.com/EasyEngine/easyengine-builds/master/phar/easyengine.phar chmod +x /usr/local/bin/ee
EasyEngine also comes with a tab completion script for Bash and ZSH. Just download ee-completion.bash and source it from
Don't forget to run
source ~/.bash_profile afterwards.
If using zsh for your shell, you may need to load and start
bashcompinit before sourcing. Put the following in your
autoload bashcompinit bashcompinit source /FULL/PATH/TO/ee-completion.bash
To get started with EasyEngine and create a wordpress site, run
ee site create example.com --type=wp
Need a wordpress site with caching? Try
ee site create example.com --type=wp --cache
Need a wordpress multi-site with page cache?
ee site create example.com --type=wp --mu=wpsubdir --cache
Need a plain and simple html site?
ee site create example.com
Want to play around with your new site?
ee shell example.com
Want to know more? Checkout readme of these commands -
Note: ⚠️ EasyEngine will currently only run with root privileges. You can run
ee help site and
ee help site create to get all the details about the various commands and subcommands that you can run.
Development of easyengine is done entirely on GitHub.
We've used wp-cli framework as a base and built EasyEngine on top of it.
This repo contains main core of easyengine (the framework).
All top level commands(except
ee cli) i.e.
ee shell have their own repos.
Currently we have following commands which are bundled by default in EasyEngine:
In future, community will be able to make their own packages and commands!
We warmheartedly welcome all contributions however and in whatever capacity you can either through Pull Requests or by reporting Issues. You can contribute here or in any of the above mentioned commands repo.