Last updated 20 February 2015. Created on 5 November 2009.
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Yamm module suite provides a client/server architecture for massive site to site data migration/update. This module suits for a lot of use case, site partial synchronization using another's site data, content copy and backup from one site to another site, incremental content copy from preproduction to production server, etc.. YAMM was last updated in 2010.

It only does Drupal to Drupal site synchronization. Now, it's able to synchronize any content type, node, taxonomy term and vocabularies and users.

This module is designed to be extendable, so any type of data could be synchronized using this module. Every piece of data is abstracted to what we call an Entity (as Drupal 7 does in core, both are not linked, but the funny thing is that both describe the same concept, and somehow are used in the same way).

This module relies heavily on OOP code (PHP 5.2 required).

It was inspired by the Deploy module.

  • Documentation will come soon. Right now there is a full documented configurable sample shipped with the module suite. Advanced help module is needed to read it.
  • Developers, read about Yamm architecture basics
  • See the module page to get information on releases

Looking for support? Visit the forums, or join #drupal-support in IRC.