I've just released a drush command that implements a crawler to keep the cache warm. Although it was developed with microcaching in mind you can use it for keeping any type of external cache warm. Varnish, or whatever type of caching proxy you decide to use.
To keep a cache warm just set a cron job of the command invocation that suits a particular site traffic patterns.
To prime a cache fire the command once with the proper options to get all the desired content in cache.
Hello anyone who has built custom drush modules.
I have been "messing" with drupal for a while now, and have now taken my first job as a 100% committed Drupal developer & tech lead for a company that builds massive websites for large federal initiatives that involve dense structures, complex role management schemes, and mountains of content (often 10,000+ nodes).
So, one of my first tasks as we get started is to work with the site building team and sys admins to create a solid process for performing migrations from dev >>> staging, sometimes staging >>> dev, and, of course, the eventual staging >>> production.Read more
I'm having a bugger of a time trying to update the version of Drush that's bundled with Acquia Dev Desktop (DAMP). The bundled version is 4.0-rc3 and lots of commands seem a bit wonky (e.g. pm-update) or aren't found at all.
I've tried 'self-update' and 'selfupdate' but they're not found. I've tried downloading Drush and overwriting the Drush folder in the acquia-drupal directory but the version of Drush doesn't seem to change when I run 'status'.Read more
Hi Mike and all - first off thank you for Quickstart. It simplified things a lot and it was a great help.
I have a question on drush quickstart-create command line. I couldn't find any documentation on how to create a database with a name different from the domain name.
Example: domain name=example.dev database name=mydatabase1
Is this at all possible?
Thanks in advance
Crear un sitio de Drupal en muy fácil, pero al final es siempre el mismo. Se conecta a descargar el código fuente en Drupal.org, módulos por módulos, lleva mucho tiempo.
Pero ay otra solución, utilizar Drush.
No es una revolución, porque Hace mucho tiempo ya que Drush está disponible, pero ahora es tan indispensable que no podemos omitir lo.
Drush no es un módulo para Drupal es una herramienta que se instala en su servidor y que permite gestionar sus sitios en línea de comandos. De ahí viene su nombre Drupal Shell (Drush).Read more
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Preciso de uma ajuda vossa.
Estou a reestruturar a forma como se faz o deploy por aqui.
Tenho um makefile com o core da distribuicao Pressflow + uns modulos comuns entre os sites que tenho.
Existe a possibilidade de chamar recursivamente outros makefiles neste makefile?
Tenho um servidor (1 instalacao apache) e quero instalar 3 sites em "modo" multisite.
- 1 makefile para o core e outros 3 makefiles para os sites. O makefile core deve chamar os outros 3 makefiles.
E' possivel criar, por exemplo, um makefile XPTO.make e chamar os outros 3 makefiles?Read more