I have 3 Drupal sites installed and I've developed a simple "hello-world" command that just does the following:
drush_log(getmypid() . ' Hello world!', 'ok');
When I run
drush @sites hello-world I get the following error message:
Could not find a Drupal settings.php file at sites/default/settings.php
Please note that the command is working fine when run for a specific site.
drush -l test1 hello-world
I was under the assumption that Drush @sites alias should be available by default. Is it not?