Drupal sync directory in settings.php
To specify the sync directory in Drupal's settings.php file, you can use the following code:
$config_directories['sync'] = 'path/to/sync/directory';
'path/to/sync/directory' with the actual file path to your desired sync directory. This directory is used to store configuration files that are synchronized between different environments, such as development, staging, and production.
By defining the sync directory in the settings.php file, Drupal will know where to look for configuration files when they need to be imported or exported. This allows you to manage and deploy configuration changes across multiple environments more easily.
Make sure the specified directory has the necessary read and write permissions so that Drupal can access and modify the configuration files within it.
Once you've added this code to your settings.php file, save the changes and ensure that the sync directory is properly configured. With the sync directory set up correctly, you can then use Drupal's configuration management system to import and export configuration changes as needed.
Note: It's important to keep the sync directory secure and not accessible via the web, as it may contain sensitive information such as database credentials or API keys.