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When I run drush user-login username, drush prints a url like http://default/user/reset/1/32323933.... How do I replace default with the actual website name?

  • Not tried it so posting a quick comment, the variable site_name is used to save the name of the site in Drupal 6, the command drush vget site_name would give out the same, so probably drush vset site_name WHATEVER_NAME_TO_SET should do the work... – optimusprime619 Dec 25 '12 at 14:27
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You can use option --url:

-l <http://example.com:8888>, URI of the drupal site to use (only needed in multisite environments or when running on an alternate port).
--uri=<http://example.com:8888>

$  drush uli -l yoursite.dev

Or create a record in your aliases.drushrc.php file:

$aliases['yoursite-dev'] = array(
  'root' => '/vhosts/yoursite.dev',
  'uri' => 'yoursite.dev',
);

Now you have an alias @yoursite-dev and can use it:

$ drush use @yoursite-dev
$ drush uli

Update:

Now I prefer to create sites/default/drushrc.php file for each Drupal folder:

<?php
$options['l'] = 'http://yoursite.dev';
$options['r'] = '/vhosts/yoursite.dev';

More info about drushrc.php: https://github.com/drush-ops/drush/blob/master/examples/example.drushrc.php

2

I used this command for login into my local site:

drush uli --uri=http://your_local_url
0

You can set the uri in a drush site alias file to avoid getting http://default at the beginning of your password reset links.

ie. drush/sites/example.sites.yml

live:
   host: server.example.com
   user: user   
   ssh: '-p 22'
   root: /home/user/public_html/docroot
   uri: 'http://example.com'
test:
   host: server2.example.net
   user: user2
   ssh: '-p 22'
   root: /home/user2/public_html/docroot
   uri: 'http://test.example.net'
dev:
   host: localhost
   user: docker
   root: /var/www/docroot
   uri: 'http://example.dev.example.com'

Then use the Drush site alias in the command for the password reset link:

drush @example.dev uli

The example after the @ symbol in the Drush site alias comes from the first part of the Drush site alias filename. The second part comes from the site entry in the file.

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