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Update: I solved the issue using this solution.
While using homestead the ports are mapped as:
3306 -> 33060 80 -> 8080
I do development via my host so I have to use
http://myoctoberapp:8080 and this is fine with me. But it’s annoying that whenever I do any artisan command such as
php artisan plugin:refresh Acme.Plugin it gives me this error:
[PDOException] SQLSTATE[HY000]  Connection refused
I did the same command after I did a
homestead ssh and then a
cd myoctoberapp and executed it without any problem. So my guess is that inside the homestead VM artisan looks at the default port i.e. 3306 whereas outside; in the host; it sees 33060 and so it’s unable to execute. Anyway to fix this?
Homestead is part of Laravel - not October CMS. Have you tried another artisan commands, that are Laravel native, to a Laravel project?
http://laravel.com/docs/5.1/homestead Read the docs, to be sure.
Might just be me, but isn't this just the correct way of using Homestead (
homestead ssh)? I thought that homestead runs a CLI vagrant/virtual box, so your database lives inside this virtual box. You then map your apps/websites in the
yaml file that homestead uses for provisioning. I then run homestead by running the
vagrant up command within the directory in which my "server" files reside.
But again, it might just be me doing stuff different than intended.
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