@mattab opened this Issue on August 4th 2014 Owner


  • Create a new plugin on the Marketplace
  • Let admin run the core:archive console command and specify parameters, via the browser

this is useful when there is no CLI access to a Piwik instance and we cannot run console commands.

@mattab commented on August 25th 2014 Owner

Maybe this is now possible via the PiwikDebugger plugin? https://github.com/piwik/plugin-PiwikDebugger

@tsteur commented on August 25th 2014 Owner

There is already a Terminal included so you can execute anything there. Benaka also is adding possibility to execute all commands I think.

It still depends whether this plugin is only meant for debugging purposes or also for end users

@mattab commented on August 25th 2014 Owner

This issue was specifically meant for debugging purposes, so the Terminal should provide acceptable solution to this! cc @mgazdzik when you test PiwikDebugger please report any feedback or suggestion in the issue tracker there: https://github.com/piwik/plugin-PiwikDebugger/issues/

@diosmosis commented on August 25th 2014 Member

FYI, all commands can be run if shell_exec is available. If not, Piwik Console commands can be run. Only problem is core:archive doesn't use Symfony OutputInterface so we can't stream output to a file. If shell_exec is available, everything's fine though.

@mattab commented on September 5th 2014 Owner

see #6055

This Issue was closed on August 25th 2014
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