403 to 404

403 to 404 is a simple module that emits a 404 error when a user tries to access a page that they don't have permission to view.

Drupal 7

Install this module like any other module and set the 403 page path to m4032404. You configure the module via one of the following methods:


Memcache Status

Memcache Status report

Provides a Memcache status and cache reporting page, accessible by a link on the status report page.

This module provides the same functionality for Memcache that APC Status does for APC.


Memcache Status requires:


Context Evolutive Cache Control

"The longer a piece of content goes without being modified, the longer its cache should be."
Here is the basic idea for this module.

This module provides a new reaction for context, which allows you to set (in http headers) :
- One "cache-control" & "expires" time
- Different "cache-control" & "expires" time depending on how long it has been since a piece of content was last modified

PostgreSQL User Signature

Module administration interface


The Postgres Signature module making all database connections and queries "personalized". If you have not only default database user but also SQL users with the names as Drupal users, all requests would be performed with corresponding SQL-user name.

Queries from user #1 and from anonymous users authored by default connection string.

Adding and removing Drupal users also leads to do the same on database level.

On administration pages there is a functional to create (or delete) in bulk SQL users to reflect existing Drupal users.



A cache backend wrapper which lets you specify multiple cache backends in order of preference.

If one or more of your caching services are unavailable, this module will gracefully degrade to a lower priority cache service keeping your site running in case of a service failure.

This module is tested to work with the following cache backends, but should work with any module:


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