Commands

# add

Adds a new site.

nitro add <?path>

Parameters

path
Optional target path for a site outside the current directory.

Example

Specifying a full path:

$ nitro add /path/to/project

Navigating to a project directory and adding it:

$ cd /path/to/project
$ nitro add
Adding site…
Enter the hostname [mysite.test]:
  ✓ setting hostname to mysite.test
  ✓ adding site ~/dev/support/mysite.test
Enter the web root for the site [web]:
  ✓ using web root web
Choose a PHP version:
  1. 8.0
  2. 7.4
  3. 7.3
  4. 7.2
  5. 7.1
  6. 7.0
Enter your selection: 2
  ✓ setting PHP version 7.4
  … saving file ✓
Site added 🌍
Apply changes now [Y/n]? y
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking mounts…
  … checking ~/dev/craftcms/cms-3 ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓
Modifying hosts file (you might be prompted for your password)
Adding sites to hosts file…
  … modifying hosts file ✓
Nitro is up and running 😃

# alias

Add one or more alias domains for a site.

nitro alias <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro alias
 Select a site:
  1. plugins-dev.nitro
  2. tutorial.nitro
Enter your selection: 1
The following aliases are set for plugins-dev.nitro
   plugins.dev
Enter the alias domain for the site (use commas to enter multiple): plugins.nitro,playground.nitro
Adding aliases:
   plugins.nitro
   playground.nitro
Apply changes now [Y/n] y

# apply

Ensures all resources exist and applies any config changes to them.

nitro apply

Options

--skip-hosts
Skips updating the hosts file. You can also set the environment variable "NITRO_EDIT_HOSTS" to "false" for this to apply globally.

Example

$ nitro apply
nitro apply
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking mounts…
  … checking ~/dev/craftcms/cms-3 ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓
Nitro is up and running 😃

# blackfire

Enables and disables Blackfire for a site. Prompts for server ID and server token if they’ve not yet been saved as global settings in Nitro’s config.

# blackfire on

Enables Blackfire for a site.

nitro blackfire on <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

# blackfire off

Disables Blackfire for a site.

nitro blackfire off <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

# bridge

Temporarily shares a Nitro site on a local network. Prompts you to select an existing IP address and site for sharing. See Sharing Sites Locally.

nitro bridge <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro bridge
Which IP address should we use for the bridge?
  1. 192.168.0.103
  2. 192.168.0.110
Enter your selection: 1
Select a site:
  1. starterblog.nitro
  2. craftcms.nitro
  3. craftcom.nitro
  4. europa.nitro
Enter your selection: 1
bridge server listening on http://192.168.0.103:8000

# clean

Removes any unused containers.

nitro clean

Example

$ nitro clean
Cleaning up…
  … gathering details ✓
Nothing to remove 😅

# completion

Enables shell completion. You must pass either bash or zsh as an argument. (See examples.)

nitro completion <shell>

Parameters

shell
Required: bash for Bash shell or zsh for Zsh shell.

Zsh Example

Enable Nitro shell completion for your current session:

$ source <(nitro completion zsh)

To enable Nitro shell completion for every Zsh session, you’ll first need to make sure shell completion is enabled for your environment. You can enable it by running this once:

$ echo "autoload -Uz compinit; compinit" >> ~/.zshrc

The autoload -Uz compinit; compinit line should only appear once in your ~/.zshrc file. You can safely remove any duplicates.

With Zsh shell completion enabled, you can enable completion for Nitro in every session by executing the following once:

$ mkdir -p "${fpath[1]}"
$ nitro completion zsh > "${fpath[1]}/_nitro"

Start a new shell or source ~/.zshrc for this setup to take effect.

Bash Example

Enable Nitro shell completion for your current session:

$ source <(nitro completion bash)

Enable Nitro shell completion for every Bash session (only run this once!):

$ nitro completion bash > /etc/bash_completion.d/nitro

Start a new shell for this setup to take effect.

# composer

Runs Composer commands.

nitro composer <command>

Parameters

command
Composer command to execute.

Example

$ nitro composer update

nitro composer update
Loading composer repositories with package information
Updating dependencies
Nothing to modify in lock file
Installing dependencies from lock file (including require-dev)
Nothing to install, update or remove
Generating optimized autoload files
45 packages you are using are looking for funding.
Use the `composer fund` command to find out more!
composer update completed 🤘

# context

Shows configuration information.

nitro context

Options

--yaml
Shows the config file as YAML.

Example

$ nitro context
Craft Nitro 2.0.0

Configuration:	 /Users/me/.nitro/nitro.yaml

Sites:
  hostname:	 mycraftsite.test
  php:	 7.4
  webroot:	 web
  path:	 ~/dev/support/mycraftsite.test
  ---
Databases:
  engine:	 mysql 8.0 	hostname: mysql-8.0-3306.nitro
  username:	 nitro 	password: nitro
  port:	 3306
  ---
  engine:	 postgres 13 	hostname: postgres-13-5432.nitro
  username:	 nitro 	password: nitro
  port:	 5432
  ---

# container new

Create a new custom container.

nitro container new

Example

$ nitro container new
What image are you trying to add? elasticsearch
Which image should we use?
  1. elasticsearch
  2. bitnami/elasticsearch
  3. bitnami/elasticsearch-exporter
  4. elastichq/elasticsearch-hq
  5. justwatch/elasticsearch_exporter
  6. taskrabbit/elasticsearch-dump
  7. lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf
  8. blacktop/elasticsearch
  9. barnybug/elasticsearch
  10. elastic/elasticsearch
Enter your selection: 1
What tag should we use [latest]? 7.10.1
  … downloading docker.io/library/elasticsearch:7.10.1 ✓
Expose port `9200` on host [Y/n]?
Expose port `9300` on host [Y/n]?
Does the image contain a web-based UI [Y/n]?
Which port should we use for the UI?
  1. 9200
  2. 9300
Enter your selection: 1
What is the name of the container [elasticsearch]?
Create a file to add environment variables [Y/n]?
Created environment variables file at "/Users/oli/.nitro/.elasticsearch".
New container "elasticsearch.containers.nitro" added!
Apply changes now [Y/n]?

# container ssh

SSH into a custom container.

nitro container ssh

Example

$ nitro container ssh
Select a container to connect to:
  1. elasticsearch.containers.nitro
  2. rabbitmq.containers.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
root@5e98a85aef29:/#

# container remove

Removes a custom container, prompting you to select the container if you’ve added more than one using the container new command.

nitro container remove

Example

$ nitro container remove
Select the custom container to remove:
  1. bitnami
  2. tutum
Enter your selection: 2
Apply changes now [Y/n]? Y
# ...

# craft

Runs a Craft console command.

nitro craft <command>

Parameters

command
Craft command to execute.

Example

$ nitro craft migrate/all
Yii Migration Tool (based on Yii v2.0.38)

Migrated up successfully.

# create

Initializes and adds a new site. Pass the name of the directory that should be created with a fresh install of the Craft Composer project (opens new window), or a reference to your own repository followed by the directory name.

nitro create <?project> <path>

Parameters

project
Optional GitHub shorthand or repository URL for a Composer starter project. Defaults to craftcms/craft (opens new window).
path
Required directory to be created.

You can create your own Composer package to jumpstart any PHP project!
Nitro uses Composer’s create-project (opens new window) to check out a repository and run composer install. That project’s composer.json file can optionally include post-create-project-cmd scripts for any setup steps just like the Craft Composer project:

// ...
"scripts": {
  "post-create-project-cmd": [
    "@php -r \"file_exists('.env') || copy('.env.example', '.env');\"",
    "@composer dump-autoload -o",
  ]
}
// ...

Read the create-project (opens new window) documentation for more.

Example

# new default Craft site in `my-project/` directory
$ nitro create my-project

# new site from repository in `my-project/` directory
$ nitro create https://github.com/craftcms/demo my-project

# same as above using GitHub repository shorthand
$ nitro create craftcms/demo my-project

# db add

Adds a new database in the selected database engine.

nitro db add

Example

$ nitro db add
Select the database engine:
  1. postgres-13-5432.nitro
  2. mysql-8.0-3306.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
Enter the new database name: mydatabase
  … creating database mydatabase ✓
Database added 💪

# db backup

Backs up a database from the selected database engine.

nitro db backup

Example

$ nitro db backup
Getting ready to backup…
Which database engine?
  1. postgres-13-5432.nitro
  2. mysql-8.0-3306.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
Which database should we backup?
  1. nitro
  2. support
  3. test
Enter your selection: 2
Preparing backup…
  … creating backup support-2021-01-06-162231.sql ✓
Backup saved in /Users/me/.nitro/backups/mysql-8.0-3306.nitro 💾

# db destroy

Destroys a database engine.

nitro db destroy

Example

$ nitro db destroy
Select database to destroy:
  1. mysql-8.0-3306.database.nitro
  2. mariadb-latest-3307.database.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
Removing mariadb-latest-3307.database.nitro
Apply changes now [Y/n]?

# db import

Imports a database dump into the selected database engine and name. The SQL file to be imported may be plain text, or compressed with zip/gzip.

nitro db import <file>

For uncompressed files, the command will detect and automatically select the database engine.

Parameters

file
Dump file to be imported. Can be a filename only, or a relative or absolute file path.

Options

--name
Name of the database to receive the import. (Skips prompt.)

Example

Import an SQL dump:

$ nitro db import dump.sql
  … detecting backup type ✓
Detected postgres backup
Enter the database name: tutorial
Preparing import…
  … uploading backup dump.sql ✓
Imported database "tutorial" in 4.23 seconds 💪

Import an SQL dump specifying a --name option to skip the interactive prompt:

$ nitro db import dump.sql --name tutorial
  … detecting backup type ✓
Detected postgres backup
Preparing import…
  … uploading backup dump.sql ✓
Imported database "tutorial" in 4.23 seconds 💪

# db new

Adds a new database engine.

nitro db new

Example

$ nitro db new
Which database engine should we use
  1. mariadb
  2. mysql
  3. postgres
Enter your selection: 3
Which version should we use? 13
Which port should we use for postgres [5432]?
Apply changes now [Y/n]?

# db remove

Removes a database in the selected database engine.

nitro db remove

Example

$ nitro db remove
Which database engine?
  1. mysql-8.0-3306.nitro
  2. postgres-13-5432.nitro
Enter your selection: 1
Which datbase should we remove?
  1. nitro
  2. support
Enter your selection: 2
  … removing support ✓
Database removed 💪

# db ssh

Allows you to SSH into a database container.

nitro db ssh

Example

$ nitro db ssh
Select a database to connect to:
  1. postgres-13-5432.nitro
  2. mysql-8.0-3306.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
root@5e98a85aef29:/#

# destroy

Destroys all resources (networks, containers, and volumes).

nitro destroy

Options

--clean
Remove the configuration file after destroying the resources. Defaults to false.

Example

$ nitro destroy
Are you sure (this will remove all containers, volumes, and networks) [Y/n] y
Removing Containers…
  … removing mysite.test ✓
  … removing mailhog.service.nitro ✓
  … creating backup postgres-2021-01-06-202905.sql ✓
  … creating backup nitro-2021-01-06-202905.sql ✓
Backups saved in /Users/me/.nitro/postgres-13-5432.nitro 💾
  … removing postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Backups saved in /Users/me/.nitro/mysql-8.0-3306.nitro 💾
  … removing mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … removing nitro-proxy ✓
Removing Volumes…
  … removing mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … removing postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
  … removing nitro ✓
Removing Networks…
  … removing nitro-network ✓
Nitro destroyed ✨

# disable

Disables a Nitro service.

nitro disable <service>

Parameters

service
Name of the service to be disabled.

Example

# disable mailhog
$ nitro disable mailhog

# disable minio
$ nitro disable minio

# disable dynamodb
$ nitro disable dynamodb

# edit

Opens your Nitro configuration file in your default editor for quickly making changes.

nitro edit

Example

$ nitro edit

If you’re running macOS or Linux, you can set an EDITOR environment variable in ~/.bash_profile (or ~/.zshrc for ZSH) to your preferred text editor of choice.

export EDITOR="/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/MacOS/Sublime Text"

After adding that line, restart your terminal or run source ~/.bash_profile for the change to take effect.

Alternatively, you can open the configuration file using your operating system’s default text editor for .yaml files by running this command:

open ~/.nitro/nitro.yaml

# enable

Enables a Nitro service.

nitro enable <service>

Parameters

service
Name of the service to be enabled.

Example

# enable mailhog
$ nitro enable mailhog

# enable minio
$ nitro enable minio

# enable dynamodb
$ nitro enable dynamodb

# extensions

Add additional PHP extensions for a site.

nitro extensions

Example

$ nitro extensions
Select a site: 
  1. craft-support.nitro
  2. another-site.nitro
  3. plugins-dev.nitro
Enter your selection: 1
Which PHP extension would you like to enable for craft-support.nitro?
  1. bcmath
  2. bz2
  3. calendar
  4. dba
  5. enchant
  6. exif
  7. gettext
  8. gmp
  9. imap
  10. interbase
  11. ldap
  12. mysqli
  13. oci8
  14. odbc
  15. pcntl
  16. pdo_dblib
  17. pdo_firebird
  18. pdo_oci
  19. pdo_odbc
  20. pdo_sqlite
  21. recode
  22. shmop
  23. snmp
  24. sockets
  25. sysvmsg
  26. sysvsem
  27. sysvshm
  28. tidy
  29. wddx
  30. xmlrpc
  31. xsl
  32. zend_test
Enter your selection: 3
Apply changes now [Y/n] n

# help

Display information about available console commands.

nitro help

Example

$ nitro help add
nitro help add
Add a site

Usage:
  nitro add [flags]

Examples:
  # add the current project as a site
  nitro add

  # add a directory as the site
  nitro add my-project

Flags:
  -h, --help   help for add

# hosts

Modifies your hosts file.

nitro hosts

Options

--hostnames [strings]
A comma-seperated list of hostnames to add.
--preview
Preview the changes to the host file without applying them.
--remove
A comma-seperated list of hostnames to remove.

Example

$ sudo nitro hosts --hostnames test1.nitro,test2.nitro
Password:
Adding sites to hosts file…
  … modifying hosts file ✓

# iniset

Change PHP settings for a site.

nitro iniset <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro iniset
Select a site:
  1. craft-support.nitro
  2. another-site.nitro
  3. plugins-dev.nitro
Enter your selection: 1
Which PHP setting would you like to change for craft-support.nitro?
  1. display_errors
  2. max_execution_time
  3. max_input_vars
  4. max_input_time
  5. max_file_upload
  6. memory_limit
  7. opcache_enable
  8. opcache_revalidate_freq
  9. opcache_validate_timestamps
  10. post_max_size
  11. upload_max_file_size
Enter your selection: 3
What should the max input vars be [5000]? 6000
Apply changes now [Y/n] y
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.database.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.database.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking dynamodb service ✓
  … checking mailhog service ✓
  … checking minio service ✓
  … checking redis service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking craft-support.nitro - updating…
      … installing bcmath ✓
      … installing calendar ✓
  … checking another-site.nitro ✓
  … checking plugins-dev.nitro ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓

# init

Initializes the Nitro environment.

nitro init

If the environment already exists, it will be reconfigured.

Example

$ nitro init
Checking Nitro…
  … creating network ✓
  … creating volume ✓
  … pulling image ✓
  … creating proxy ✓
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓
  … getting certificate for Nitro… ✓
Installing certificate (you might be prompted for your password)
Password:
  … cleaning up ✓
Nitro certificates are now trusted 🔒
Nitro is ready! 🚀

# logs

Displays all of your container logs.

nitro logs

Options

--follow
Follow log output (defaults to true).
--since
Show logs since timestamp (e.g. 2013-01-02T13:23:37Z) or relative (e.g. 42m for 42 minutes).
--timestamps
Displays the timestamps in the logs.

Example

$ nitro logs
2021-01-07 22:46:26,644 INFO supervisord started with pid 1
2021-01-07 22:46:27,648 INFO spawned: 'nginx' with pid 8
2021-01-07 22:46:27,650 INFO spawned: 'php-fpm' with pid 9
nginx: [alert] could not open error log file: open() "/var/lib/nginx/logs/error.log" failed (13: Permission denied)
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: [pool www] 'user' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: [pool www] 'user' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: [pool www] 'group' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: [pool www] 'group' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: fpm is running, pid 9
[07-Jan-2021 22:46:27] NOTICE: ready to handle connections
2021-01-07 22:46:28,687 INFO success: nginx entered RUNNING state, process has stayed up for > than 1 seconds (startsecs)
2021-01-07 22:46:28,687 INFO success: php-fpm entered RUNNING state, process has stayed up for > than 1 seconds (startsecs)

# ls

Display your running containers.

nitro ls [<options>]

# Options

--custom
Show custom containers.
--databases
Show databases.
--proxy
Show proxy container.
--services
Show services.
--sites
Show sites.

# Example

$ nitro ls
Hostname                                  Type              Status
mailhog.service.nitro                     site              running
mysql-8.0-3308.database.nitro             database          running
nitro-proxy                               proxy             running
postgres-13-5432.database.nitro           database          running
redis.service.nitro                       site              running
tutorial.nitro                            site              running

# npm

Run npm commands using the current directory in a container.

nitro npm <command>

Parameters

command
The npm command to be executed.

Example

$ nitro npm install
  … checking /Users/oli/dev/docs/package.json ✓
  … pulling docker.io/library/node:14-alpine ✓
Running npm install
npm WARN eslint-plugin-node@10.0.0 requires a peer of eslint@>=5.16.0 but none is installed. You must install peer dependencies yourself.
npm WARN eslint-plugin-es@2.0.0 requires a peer of eslint@>=4.19.1 but none is installed. You must install peer dependencies yourself.
npm WARN eslint-plugin-standard@4.1.0 requires a peer of eslint@>=5.0.0 but none is installed. You must install peer dependencies yourself.

audited 2158 packages in 14.312s

101 packages are looking for funding
  run `npm fund` for details
npm install complete 🤘

# php

Execute a PHP command in a site’s container.

nitro php <command>

Parameters

command
The PHP command to be executed.

Example

$ nitro php -v
Select a site:
  1. tutorial.nitro
  2. plugins-dev.nitro
Enter your selection: 2
PHP 8.0.2 (cli) (built: Feb 18 2021 00:32:13) ( NTS )
Copyright (c) The PHP Group
Zend Engine v4.0.2, Copyright (c) Zend Technologies
    with Zend OPcache v8.0.2, Copyright (c), by Zend Technologies
    with Xdebug v3.0.3, Copyright (c) 2002-2021, by Derick Rethans
    with blackfire v1.51.0~linux-x64-non_zts80, https://blackfire.io, by Blackfire

# portcheck

Check if a port is available on your machine.

nitro portcheck <port>

Parameters

port
The port number to check.

Example

$ nitro portcheck 8080
Port 8080 is available!

$ nitro portcheck 3306
Port 3306 is already in use...

# queue

Runs a Craft queue worker.

nitro queue

Example

$ nitro queue
Listening for queue jobs…

# remove

Removes a site.

nitro remove <?site>

The remove command does not delete databases. If you’d like to remove a site’s database(s), see db remove.

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro remove
Apply changes now [Y/n]? y
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓

# restart

Restarts all containers.

nitro restart <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory. (Will only restart that site container.)

Example

$ nitro restart
Restarting Nitro…
  … restarting mysite.test ✓
  … restarting mailhog.service.nitro ✓
  … restarting postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
  … restarting mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … restarting nitro-proxy ✓
Nitro restarted 🎉

# self-update

Updates Nitro to the latest version.

nitro self-update

You’ll typically want to follow this with the nitro update in order to update Nitro’s Docker containers to their latest versions.

If you installed Nitro via package manager, you should use that instead. See Updating.

Example

$ nitro self-update
Checking for updates
  … found version 2.0.6 updating ✓
Updating to Nitro 2.0.6!

# share

Allows you to share a local site.

nitro share <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro share
/app $

$ nitro share
Select a site:
  1. craft-support.nitro
  2. another-site.nitro
  3. plugins-dev.nitro
Enter your selection: 1

# ssh

Allows you to SSH into a container.

nitro ssh <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Options

--root
SSH into a container as the root user.

Example

$ nitro ssh
/app $

nitro ssh --root
using root… system changes are ephemeral…
/app #

# start

Starts all containers.

nitro start <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory. (Will only start the specified site container rather than all of them.)

Example

$ nitro start
Starting Nitro…
  ✓ mysite.test ready
  ✓ mailhog.service.nitro ready
  ✓ postgres-13-5432.nitro ready
  ✓ mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ready
  ✓ nitro-proxy ready
Nitro started 👍

# stop

Stops all containers.

nitro stop <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory. (Will only stop the specified site container rather than all of them.)

Example

$ nitro stop
Stopping Nitro…
  … stopping mysite.test ✓
  … stopping mailhog.service.nitro ✓
  … stopping postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
  … stopping mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … stopping nitro-proxy ✓
Nitro shutdown 😴

# trust

Trust SSL certificates for a site.

nitro trust

Linux users may need to manually configure each web browser to trust Nitro’s certificate.

Example

$ nitro trust
  … getting Nitro’s root site certificate ✓
Installing certificate (you might be prompted for your password)
Password:
  … cleaning up ✓
Nitro certificates are now trusted 🔒

# update

Updates Nitro's containers.

nitro update

Example

$ nitro update
Updating nitro…
  … updating nitro-proxy:2.0.0-alpha ✓
  … updating nginx:7.4-dev ✓
  … updating nginx:7.3-dev ✓
  … updating nginx:7.2-dev ✓
  … updating nginx:7.1-dev ✓
Images updated 👍, applying changes…
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓

# validate

Validates Nitro's configuration.

nitro validate

Example

$ nitro validate
Validating…
  … validating databases ✓
  … validating sites ✓

# version

Shows Nitro version information.

nitro version

Example

$ nitro version
View the changelog at https://github.com/craftcms/nitro/blob/2.0.7/CHANGELOG.md

Nitro CLI: 	   2.0.7
Nitro gRPC:    2.0.7
Docker API: 	 1.41 (1.12 min)
Docker CLI: 	 1.41

The Nitro CLI and gRPC versions do not match
You might need to run `nitro update`

# xoff

Disables Xdebug for a site.

nitro xoff <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro xoff
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test - updating… ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓

# xon

Enables Xdebug for a site.

nitro xon <?site>

Parameters

site
Optional hostname for an existing site, to be used instead of site prompt or current directory.

Example

$ nitro xon
Checking network…
  ✓ network ready
Checking proxy…
  ✓ proxy ready
Checking databases…
  … checking mysql-8.0-3306.nitro ✓
  … checking postgres-13-5432.nitro ✓
Checking services…
  … checking mailhog service ✓
Checking sites…
  … checking mysite.test - updating… ✓
Checking proxy…
  … updating proxy ✓