TYPO3 - Getting started
The supported way to run TYPO3 on Platform.sh is through Composer. If you do not already have it installed then you should do so before proceeding.
A default TYPO3 installation has a risk of deadlocks when run on low-worker PHP-FPM configurations. Specifically, TYPO3 handles 403 and 404 error pages by issuing a full HTTP request back to itself with no timeout, which can lead to process starvation. There are two required steps to avoid this problem:
Add the line
$GLOBALS['TYPO3_CONF_VARS']['HTTP']['timeout'] = 3;
typo3config/AdditionalConfiguration.phpfile, which will set an HTTP timeout of 3 seconds instead of the default several minutes. (You may select a different number, but keep it under 10 seconds.)
Install and enable the Local Page Error Handler plugin for TYPO3. The easiest way to do so is through composer:
composer require pixelant/pxa-lpeh
that will provide a non-loopback way to handle error pages which avoids this race condition entirely.
Both of these steps are already set in the Platform.sh TYPO3 template, although you will need to enable the plugin yourself post-install.
.platform.app.yaml file will vary from project to project, and you are free to customize yours as needed. A recommended baseline TYPO3 configuration is listed below, and can also be found in our TYPO3 template project.
# This file describes an application. You can have multiple applications # in the same project. # # See https://docs.platform.sh/configuration/app.html # The name of this app. Must be unique within a project. name: app # The runtime the application uses. type: php:7.4 runtime: # Enable the redis extension so TYPO3 can communicate with the Redis cache. extensions: - redis # Composer build tasks run prior to build hook, which runs # composer --no-ansi --no-interaction install --no-progress --prefer-dist --optimize-autoloader # if composer.json is detected. build: flavor: composer # The relationships of the application with services or other applications. # The left-hand side is the name of the relationship as it will be exposed # to the application in the PLATFORM_RELATIONSHIPS variable. The right-hand # side is in the form `<service name>:<endpoint name>`. # # NOTE: Be sure to update database and Redis configuration in `public/typo3conf/PlatformshConfiguration.php` # if you rename the relationships here. relationships: # MariaDB/MySQL will then be accessible to the app from 'database' relationship. # The service name `db` must match the top-level attribute in `.platform/services.yaml`. database: 'db:mysql' # Redis will then be accessible to the app from 'rediscache' relationship. # The service name `cache` must match the top-level attribute in `.platform/services.yaml`. rediscache: 'cache:redis' # The configuration of app when it is exposed to the web. web: # How the application container responds to incoming requests. locations: # All requests not otherwise specified follow these rules. '/': # The folder from which to serve static assets, for this location. # This is a filesystem path, relative to the application root. root: 'public' # Redirect any incoming request to TYPO3's front controller. passthru: '/index.php' # File to consider first when serving requests for a directory. index: - 'index.php' # Deny access to all static files, except those specifically allowed below. allow: false # Rules for specific URI patterns. rules: # Allow access to common static files. '\.(jpe?g|png|gif|svgz?|css|js|map|ico|bmp|eot|woff2?|otf|ttf)$': allow: true '^/robots\.txt$': allow: true '^/sitemap\.xml$': allow: true # Default Storage location where TYPO3 expects media resources to be located. # Writable at runtime with the mount `public/fileadmin`. '/fileadmin': root: 'public/fileadmin' # Do not execute PHP scripts from the writeable mount. scripts: false allow: true passthru: '/index.php' # Directory for temporary files that should be publicly available (e.g. generated images). # Writable at runtime with the mount `publi/typo3temp`. '/typo3temp/assets': root: 'public/typo3temp/assets' # Do not execute PHP scripts from the writeable mount. scripts: false allow: true passthru: '/index.php' # Local TYPO3 installation settings. '/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php': allow: false # Additional TYPO3 installation settings. '/typo3conf/AdditionalConfiguration.php': allow: false # The size of the persistent disk of the application (in MB). disk: 2048 # The 'mounts' describe writable, persistent filesystem mounts in the application. mounts: # Directory for temporary files. It contains subdirectories (see below) for # temporary files of extensions and TYPO3 components. "public/typo3temp": source: local source_path: "typo3temp" # Default Storage location where TYPO3 expects media resources to be located. "public/fileadmin": source: local source_path: "fileadmin" # Contains system files, like caches, logs, sessions "var": source: local source_path: "var" # The hooks that will be performed when the package is deployed. hooks: # The build hook runs after Composer to finish preparing up your code. # No services are available but the disk is writeable. build: | # Exit hook immediately if a command exits with a non-zero status. set -e # Start the installation with no interaction or extension setup, using `SetupConfiguration.yaml`. php vendor/bin/typo3cms install:setup --install-steps-config=src/SetupConfiguration.yaml --no-interaction --skip-extension-setup # Generates the `PackageStates.php` file from the `composer.json` configuration php vendor/bin/typo3cms install:generatepackagestates # Enable the install tool for 60mins after deployment. touch public/typo3conf/ENABLE_INSTALL_TOOL # Keep the checked-in LocalConfiguration available, but make the actual file writable later-on # by creating a symlink which will be accesible below. if [ -f public/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php ]; then mv public/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php public/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.FromSource.php ln -sf ../../var/LocalConfiguration.php public/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.php fi; # Clean up the FIRST_INSTALL file, that was created. if [ -f public/FIRST_INSTALL ]; then rm public/FIRST_INSTALL fi; # The deploy hook runs after your application has been deployed and started. # Code cannot be modified at this point but the database is available. # The site is not accepting requests while this script runs so keep it # fast. deploy: | # Exit hook immediately if a command exits with a non-zero status. set -e # Set TYPO3 site defaults on first deploy. if [ ! -f var/platformsh.installed ]; then # Copy the created LocalConfiguration into the writable location. cp public/typo3conf/LocalConfiguration.FromSource.php var/LocalConfiguration.php # On first install, create an inital admin user with a default password. # *CHANGE THIS VALUE IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTALLATION* php vendor/bin/typo3cms install:setup \ --install-steps-config=src/SetupDatabase.yaml \ --site-setup-type=no \ --site-name="TYPO3 on Platform.sh" \ --admin-user-name=admin \ --admin-password=password \ --skip-extension-setup \ --no-interaction # Sets up all extensions that are marked as active in the system. php vendor/bin/typo3cms extension:setupactive || true # Create file that indicates first deploy and installation has been completed. touch var/platformsh.installed fi; crons: # Run TYPO3's Scheduler tasks every 5 minutes. typo3: spec: "*/5 * * * *" cmd: "vendor/bin/typo3 scheduler:run"