eXpansion2 is a symfony application before anything else, there are therefore a lot of symfony related configurations. We will ignore all this configuration and only bother about what is necessary by eXpansion.
Configuration can be found in
app/config directory. Configuration that interests us are in the fallowing files :
If you have not done so already rename the :
The following part of the
parameters.yml file interests us at first:
parameters: database_driver: mysql database_host: mysql database_port: ~ database_name: expansion database_user: root database_password: ~ dedicated_host: dedicated dedicated_port: 5000 dedicated_timeout: 5 dedicated_user: SuperAdmin dedicated_password: SuperAdmin dedicated_connection_type: local
database_driver : Database driver to use. eXpansion was tested on mysql but should work with other databases as well (mysql/sqlite/pgsql/oracle)
database_host : Host or Ip to connect to the database. If you are using wamp/xamp it’s probably
database_port : if at null(
~) default will be used
database_name : Name of the database to use. eXpansion should have it’s own database and not share it!
database_user : User to connect to the database, this user should be able to create tables as eXpansion intalls it’s own schema |
database_password : Password to connect to thed database.
Dedicated server configurations
dedicated_host : Host or ip to connect to the dedicated. If you are using wamp/xampp it’s probably
dedicated_port : The xmlrpc port configured in the dedicated config file
dedicated_timeout : Max timeout time, should not be changed
dedicated_password : Unless specific use case it’s needs to be SuperAdmin
dedicated_connection_type : local if the dedicated is on the same machine as eXpansion. remote if not See section below if you configured it as remote.
Configure a MasterAdmin
!! eXpansion will allow in the future admins to be added ingame. But for now you will need to handle it in the
In this file replace
login1 by your own login. You may add as many logins as you wish on multiple lines.
e_xpansion_admin_groups: groups: master_admin: label: Master Admin logins: - login1 - login2 permissions:  # Master_admin has always all permissions. admin: label: Admin logins:  permissions: - next - restart
Enabling disabling Bundles
You can enable and disable a bundle in the
bundles.yml.dist File contains the list of all available bundles.
Lines starting with
# are commented and therefore those bundles will not be loaded
# - \eXpansion\Bundle\LocalMapRatings\LocalMapRatingsBundle
Local / Remote dedicated.
If the dedicated server & eXpansion are installed on the same server eXpansion can detect the path to the
UserData folder, but if the dedicated server is installed remotely you will need to say to expansion how
to access the files.
If you installed the dedicated & eXpansion on the same server jump to configuring admins section
eXpansion uses flysystem library to handle this. It therefore supports ftp/sftp or even other methods.
Let’s first have a look at the default config :
oneup_flysystem: adapters: dedicated_user_data: nulladapter: ~ filesystems: dedicated_user_data: adapter: dedicated_user_data
Here we are using the
nulladapter if the connection is local it’s automatically replaced by the proper local adapter.
If null adapter is left with a remote connection eXpansion will simply not be able to write or read files in UserData.
This will limit some functionality.
In case of docker you will need to make the user directory available locally to eXpansion. Then configure the adapter as fallows
oneup_flysystem: adapters: dedicated_user_data: local: directory: "/var/maniaplanet/UserData/" filesystems: dedicated_user_data: adapter: dedicated_user_data
Here was say to eXpansion that the UserData is available locally in at the path
oneup_flysystem: adapters: dedicated_user_data: ftp: host: ftp.domain.com port: ~ username: ~ password: ~ root: ~ ssl: ~ timeout: ~ permPrivate: ~ permPublic: ~ passive: ~ filesystems: dedicated_user_data: adapter: dedicated_user_data
oneup_flysystem: adapters: dedicated_user_data: sftp: host: ftp.domain.com port: ~ username: ~ password: ~ root: ~ timeout: ~ privateKey: ~ permPrivate: ~ permPublic: ~ directoryPerm: ~ filesystems: dedicated_user_data: adapter: dedicated_user_data
See the OneupFlysystem Documentation for more use cases!