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Check your current version with the following command:
composer show spatie/laravel-multitenancy
Before using the following instructions, make sure you have performed the base installation steps first.
Only use the instructions on this page if you want to use one database.
##Migrating the database
With the database connection set up, we can migrate the landlord database.
First, you must publish and run the migration:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Spatie\Multitenancy\MultitenancyServiceProvider" --tag="multitenancy-migrations"
php artisan migrate --path=database/migrations/landlord
This will create the
tenants table which holds configuration per tenant.
When using multiple tenants, you probably want to isolate the cache or use your own separated filesystems per tenant, ... These things are performed by task classes that will be executed when making a tenant the current one.
The package also has an option to make the queue tenant aware.