HTTP/2 Server Push

HTTP/2 Server Push for Drupal 8. All CSS & JS assets automatically use Server Push.

Install it and it works. There's no configuration, no UI.

What’s the benefit of Server Push?

When a browser requests a page, the server sends the HTML in the response, and then needs to wait for the browser to parse the HTML and issue requests for all of the embedded assets before it can start sending the JavaScript, images and CSS.

Tune Up

GUI utilities and drush commands to help Drupal websites deal with common problems associated with scale.

Save disk space

Save Disk Space

Welcome to Save Disk Space!

Save Disk Space module helps you to save memory disk space by deleting the
unused iamges in the website.

For example, if a user creates a node with image attachment and later he/she deletes
the node, the attached image will still be maintained in the database with inactive
status as well as in the sites/default/files folder.

This module helps in listing the inactive images so that user can review and delete
the image to save memory space.

DBLog Filter

Dblog Filter

* DBLOG FILTER module allows you to store only filtered db log messages based on
log type and log level.
* Useful to restrict unwanted message types and reduce watchdog size for
better performance.
* Majorly useful in production sites when we want to log only
limited messages.
* Logging can be restricted either by the Levels. To Log only Error Level logs
for a site, you can check "Errors" under "Select Severity Levels." in the
configuration page.

Drupal 8 Cache Backport

Drupal 8 Cache Backport is a module that brings Drupal 8 cache tags and cache max-age back to Drupal 7 (If there is interest, cache contexts will follow).

It is different from the 'cachetags' module in that it uses a cache decorator approach and works with render arrays and the page cache for any cache bins out of the box. It can also use any other cache backend as backend and does not need specific implementations for e.g. memcache, redis or mongodb.

It is also more heavily influenced by the architecture of Drupal 8.

Slushi cache

A Drupal database cache backend where permanent is really only semi-permanent.

If you're using a database based cache backend and seeing tables like {cache_render} and {cache_dynamic_page_cache} grow over time, then this might be the module for you.


Download and enable the module.


In your settings.php customise the lifetime like so:


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