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Wordpress Photon
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Local WordPress Photon server (for development)

Photon documentation

Please refer to https://jetpack.com/support/photon/

Requirements

This project requires Docker, download and install it from https://www.docker.com

Installation

Clone repository to your local machine.

Switch to the project directory and run the following command: docker-compose build. Docker Compose will pull PHP Apache image from https://hub.docker.com/_/php/ and then it will build Photon image. It will take some time.

Configuring hosts

See your /etc/hosts file: you will need an IP address used by Vagrant and configured host names.

Copy docker-compose.override.yml.sample into docker-compose.override.yml and updates hosts listed there.

Note: extra_hosts must be an array of "host:IP" mappings.

Configuring WordPress

To change default Photon domain in the WordPress you need to register a new filter like this:

add_filter( 'jetpack_photon_domain', function() {
    return 'http://192.168.99.100/';
} );

Note: to get an IP of the Docker, run docker-machine ip.

Also, to enable Thumbnail Editor plugin you need to force load it:

\wpcom_vip_load_plugin( 'wpcom-thumbnail-editor' );

Running Photon

Use the following commands to run Photon:

  • docker-compose up - runs Photon server in foreground
  • docker-compose up -d - runs Photon server in background
  • docker-compose down - stops server and removes Docker container (it will be recreated back when you start Photon again).
  • to see logs from the service running on background, use docker-compose logs. Run docker-compose logs --help for more help on other parameters
  • docker-compose ps to see running services
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