If you want to use drush to download from Stanford's Drupal Features server, use the following syntax:
drush dl projectname --source=http://drupalfeatures.stanford.edu/fserver/projectname/core.version
E.g., to download webauth for Drupal 7, use:
Ever get frustrated about the output from
'--extra="-t"' to your
'drush sqlq' command, and get a nicely-formatted table. (
"--extra" allows you to include any options you would pass to
'man mysql' to see more options to pass to
if ( !
Note that this error only occurs on Leland servers, since the retirement of pubsw.
If you get an error like this when running any drush command:
php: error while loading shared libraries: libmysqlclient.so.15: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Take a look at your ~/.cshrc file. In it, you will see a few lines like the following:
I've written a shell script for backing up a Drupal site installed in a Stanford AFS group or department account. (This version doesn't work anywhere else.)
It does a dump of the Drupal database and creates a compressed archive of the entire Drupal directory from which it is run. Both the directory archive and .sql file are written to a DrupalBackups directory under the top level directory of the department or group account from which it is run. (If the DrupalBackups directory doesn't already exist, it is created.)