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Updates Development

When you are developing new module or some migration stuff, you will probably need to work with update hooks. Drupal core functionality allows to execute each update hook only once (and it should be like that). But some times you need to fix something and try to execute update hook again, in that case you will probably go to DB and update schema version or increase update hook number in the module. In first case it's not a problem, but takes time. In second case it potentialy may bring problems with update numbers, since it's not hard to forget to update hook number back before commit.

User Password Check


This Drupal module adds a new command to Drush to check for weak credentials and compare against a password list file (or several).


Drush 6.x


  • Drush 7 Support
  • Better performance
  • Drupal backend

Known problems

The verification doesn't play nice with big password lists against a big users table (A.K.A. takes too much time).


This module is only for your development environment. DON'T USE FOR PRODUCTION!

This module will clears the cache fast for developers.

  • It will truncate all tables with 'cache' in it's name
  • Remove all cached js/css/language files
  • Invalidates memcached entries

No hooks will be called.

drush cc all

$ time drush cc all

'all' cache was cleared. [success]


Pronounced (in a Pittsburgh accent) DAAAAAAAAYYYYYNNNNAAAAAAA
Is short for Drush Assign Author Nodes to Another Author

This was created in the even that you bulk delete a user from a bunch of sites (say an employee that no longer works for you). You can run drush ucan which will remove the user from the system and give all their content to anonymous. Well, there's no good way of assigning those nodes to someone else via drush.



The check project provides a drush extension friendly to monitoring the status of Drupal sites from systems like Sensu, Jenkins, or even - if you must - Nagios.


Hosting Wordpress

Hosting WordPress is an Aegir module to manage WordPress sites. It aims to support the main Aegir functionality, such as installation, upgrade, migration and backups.

Please read the file for more information. The issue queue and main git repository are managed on github.



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