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I have a Drupal 7 site that was not built with Composer. I have been using Drush 7 with it, but about a week ago, drush wd-show --tail stopped working, I'm not getting any output. I installed Drush 9, but I'm having difficulty configuring it.

I created an XML file, per the example., Instructions say to put aliases in $PROJECT/drush/sites/self.site.yml but I don't have a project root with a composer.json – can I get this to work without using Composer to build my site? Or is Drush 9 depending on the Drupal site using Composer?

I'm running the local version of the site in MAMP on my Mac. I created sites/drush/sites/self.site.yml – it contains:

local:
  root: /Users/pglatz/dev/wdocs/wdocs-code/www
  uri: 'https://www.whiskerdocs-local-qa.pglatz.com/'

The command I'm using is:

$ drush9 @local --alias-path=/Users/pglatz/dev/wdocs/wdocs-code/www/sites/drush/sites --root=/Users/pglatz/dev/wdocs/wdocs-code/www

When I run it, I get the error:

Command wd-show was not found. Pass --root or a @siteAlias in order to run Drupal-specific commands.

But I am passing --root and a site alias. Likely a dumb syntax error on my part, but I can't figure it out. What am I doing wrong? And how can I get Drush to be working properly again?

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No. Drupal 7 requires Drush 8.

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See https://docs.drush.org/en/master/install/#drupal-compatibility


Furthermore, Drush 9 can't be installed globally.

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See https://docs.drush.org/en/master/install/

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