We have a special server that runs php5.x and relies on drush 5.x. PHP 7.0 is installed, but the sites on the server all run PHP5, because PHP7 breaks them.
We have previously had drush 5 on it, but it didn't work anymore for some reason. So what I did was download drush 5, and and made an alias like so:
alias drush5="/usr/bin/php5 /home/user/drush/drush5/drush"
drush5 does result in listing the commands, so I have done something right. But whenever I run
drush5 up module_name, instead of actually running the update php script, it prints its code out. Example below.
Instead of returning with an error or actually running the script, it just prints out the code. What do I do in this case? I cannot find anything on this on neither google nor duckduckgo.
server:/var/www/site/webroot# drush5 up module_name # $Id$ # # This script is a simple wrapper that will run Drush with the most appropriate # php executable it can find. # # Solaris users: Add /usr/xpg4/bin to the head of your PATH # # Get the absolute path of this executable SELF_DIRNAME="`dirname -- "$0"`" SELF_PATH="`cd -P -- "$SELF_DIRNAME" && pwd -P`/`basename -- "$0"`" # Decide if we are running a Unix shell on Windows if [ `which uname` ]; then case "`uname -a`" in CYGWIN*) CYGWIN=1 ;; MINGW*) MINGW=1 ;; esac fi # Resolve symlinks - this is the equivalent of "readlink -f", but also works with non-standard OS X readlink. while [ -h "$SELF_PATH" ]; do # 1) cd to directory of the symlink # 2) cd to the directory of where the symlink points # 3) Get the pwd # 4) Append the basename DIR="`dirname -- "$SELF_PATH"`" SYM="`readlink $SELF_PATH`" SYM_DIRNAME="`dirname -- "$SYM"`" SELF_PATH="`cd "$DIR" && cd "$SYM_DIRNAME" && pwd`/`basename -- "$SYM"`" done # Build the path to drush.php. SCRIPT_PATH="`dirname "$SELF_PATH"`/drush.php" if [ -n "$CYGWIN" ] ; then SCRIPT_PATH="`cygpath -w -a -- "$SCRIPT_PATH"`" fi # If not exported, try to determine and export the number of columns. # We do not want to run `tput cols` if $TERM is empty or "dumb", because # if we do, tput will output an undesirable error message to stderr. If # we redirect stderr in any way, e.g. `tput cols 2>/dev/null`, then the # error message is suppressed, but tput cols becomes confused about the # terminal and prints out the default value (80). if [ -z $COLUMNS ] && [ -n "$TERM" ] && [ "$TERM" != dumb ] && [ -n "`which tput`" ] ; then # Note to cygwin/mingw/msys users: install the ncurses package to get tput command. # Note to mingw/msys users: there is no precompiled ncurses package. if COLUMNS="`tput cols`"; then export COLUMNS fi fi if [ -n "$DRUSH_PHP" ] ; then # Use the DRUSH_PHP environment variable if it is available. php="$DRUSH_PHP" else # On MSYSGIT, we need to use "php", not the full path to php if [ -n "$MINGW" ] ; then php="php" else # Default to using the php that we find on the PATH. # We check for a command line (cli) version of php, and if found use that. # Note that we need the full path to php here for Dreamhost, which behaves oddly. See http://drupal.org/node/662926 php="`which php-cli 2>/dev/null`" if [ ! -x "$php" ]; then php="`which php 2>/dev/null`" fi if [ ! -x "$php" ]; then echo "ERROR: can't find php."; exit 1 fi fi fi # Check to see if the user has provided a php.ini file or drush.ini file in any conf dir # Last found wins, so search in reverse priority order for conf_dir in "`dirname "$SELF_PATH"`" /etc/drush "$HOME/.drush" ; do if [ ! -d "$conf_dir" ] ; then continue fi # Handle paths that don't start with a drive letter on MinGW shell. Equivalent to cygpath on Cygwin. if [ -n "$MINGW" ] ; then conf_dir=`sh -c "cd "$conf_dir"; pwd -W"` fi if [ -f "$conf_dir/php.ini" ] ; then drush_php_ini="$conf_dir/php.ini" fi if [ -f "$conf_dir/drush.ini" ] ; then drush_php_override="$conf_dir/drush.ini" fi done # If the PHP_INI environment variable is specified, then tell # php to use the php.ini file that it specifies. if [ -n "$PHP_INI" ] ; then drush_php_ini="$PHP_INI" fi # If the DRUSH_INI environment variable is specified, then # extract all ini variable assignments from it and convert # them into php '-d' options. These will override similarly-named # options in the php.ini file if [ -n "$DRUSH_INI" ] ; then drush_php_override="$DRUSH_INI" fi # Add in the php file location and/or the php override variables as appropriate if [ -n "$drush_php_ini" ] ; then php_options="--php-ini $drush_php_ini" fi if [ -n "$drush_php_override" ] ; then php_options=`grep '^[a-z_A-Z0-9.]\+ *=' $drush_php_override | sed -e 's|\([^ =]*\) *= *\(.*\)|\1="\2"|' -e 's| ||g' -e 's|^|-d |' | tr '\n\r' ' '` fi # If the PHP_OPTIONS environment variable is specified, then # its contents will be passed to php on the command line as # additional options to use. if [ -n "$PHP_OPTIONS" ] ; then php_options="$php_options $PHP_OPTIONS" fi # Always disable magic_quotes_gpc and friends php_options="$php_options -d magic_quotes_gpc=Off -d magic_quotes_runtime=Off -d magic_quotes_sybase=Off" # Pass in the path to php so that drush knows which one to use if it # re-launches itself to run subcommands. We will also pass in the php options. # Important note: Any options added here must be removed when Drush processes # a #! (shebang) script. @see drush_adjust_args_if_shebang_script() exec "$php" $php_options "$SCRIPT_PATH" --php="$php" --php-options="$php_options" "$@"