Field attach form selective

A low-level utility module which facilitates entity edit forms which do not attach field forms by default, but rather allow the user to select which fields to edit. This is useful when an entity type has many fields but where individual entities populate relatively few of them.

This module provides no UI overrides or configurability on its own. It is designed to be used by other modules either for their own entity types, or to override the edit forms of existing entity types.

This module provides a single function:

Field SQL Blob Storage

This module provides an alternative field storage backend. A table is created on a per-entity-type basis. All fields for each entity (well, those using our storage) are stored in one big serialized field.

This substantially reduces the number of database tables and database queries. It is an alternative to the caching approach offered by entitycache.

Search API Fast

Provides drush commands to index fast with search API (using all your CPU cores).
It's an effective multi-process approach by spawning new drush commands that handle queues.

If you have a 10k+ node-set, this is highly useful.

Relies on drush and unix/linux-based systems.

See README.txt for instructions.

Migrate booster

On Drupal 7 we could disable hooks while running migrations:

This module adds a similar feature. You can disable hooks
in settings.php or by editing configuratoin object `migrate_booster.settings`.

There are two ways to disable hooks:

1) Disable specific hooks and modules:


Apache Kafka


This module provides a Drupal 8 Queue API adapter.


It is based on the php-rdkafka PHP extension for PHP 5.6 and 7.0, which is itself based on the librdkafka library.

It has been developed and tested against Apache Kafka 0.10, and should work on 0.9 too.

Files Version

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The files version module provide you functionality to maintain the version of current drupal instance. It iterate recursively and saves drupal files into database and create a new version on current timestamp.


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