This article talks about how to solve the issue where your configuration files got altered or are missing.
env.php were changed wrongly or are missing.
The deployment process creates a backup file for each configuration file:
app/etc/config.php.bak— contains system-specific settings and is auto-generated during build if it does not exist
app/etc/env.php.bak— contains sensitive configuration data
You can restore them using the ECE-tools
The BAK files are a product of the deployment process. If you manually change a configuration file after the deployment, your changes are not reflected in the existing BAK files.
To restore the configuration files:
Log in to your remote repository using SSH.
List the available backup files.
The list of backup files: app/etc/env.php app/etc/config.php
Restore the configuration files.
You receive a list of the existing configuration files affected by the restore.
app/etc/env.php file exists! If you want to rewrite existed files use --force app/etc/config.php file exists! If you want to rewrite existed files use --force
--force option to overwrite all files.
./vendor/bin/ece-tools backup:restore --force
Command backup:restore with option --force will rewrite your existed files. Do you want to continue [y/N]?y Backup file app/etc/env.php was restored. Backup file app/etc/config.php was restored.
Optionally, you can restore a specific configuration file.
./vendor/bin/ece-tools backup:restore --force --file=app/etc/config.php
Command backup:restore with option --force will rewrite your existed files. Do you want to continue [y/N]?y Backup file app/etc/config.php was restored.