New release 1.75.0

Published by Christian Münch on

A new n98-magerun release spreads the world.
Here are some details about the new release:

Internal Symfony packages updated

The Symfony compontents i.e. the embedded Console component are all updated to current release 2.3.3.
The console component comes with a new table helper. We replaced all internal calls to our table helper to
the new native helper.

If you like to see how the table helper works, you will find a good overview in Symfony Blog

Warning if running as root

We decided to show you a warning if you run n98-magerun as root user. This can cause permission problems in combination with a different web user like “www-data” i.e. if you run a reindex and no “lock” file for a process exists in the “var/locks” folder.

Easy multi reindex

A new feature for the “index:reindex” command is available. If you like to reindex not only one index it’s now possible to specify multiple indexer with comma seperated codes from the command line.


$ n98-magerun.phar index:reindex catalog_product_attribute,tag_summary

It’s also possible to specify it from menu if no code was passed over the command line.

Easy admin login

The open-browser command can now open the Admin-Login-Page.


$ n98-magerun.phar open-browser admin

Bugfixes and minor changes

  • Issue #116 – Added “report_compared_product_index” and “report_viewed_*” tables to “log” group
  • Fixed issue #164 – dev:ide:phpstorm:meta debug mode isn’t enough verbose to detect where the problem is
  • Fixed issue #187 – Cache flush is not compatible with older versions of Enterprise

I hope you like the new release.
If you find any problems, please create an issue on Github.

Please update with:

$ n98-magerun.phar self-update
Categories: Magerun

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Version 1.75.0 von n98-magerun veröffentlicht · August 25, 2013 at 19:45

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