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Last updated: Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 20:22

If you have one of our cPanel plans, in order to update the memory limit for drush, create or edit the following file in your home directory:

~/.drush/drush.ini

Add or change the line at the bottom of the file

memory_limit = -1

Save the file, your new limit is applied fro Drush/CLI immediately.

Drupal, drush
Last updated: Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 20:45

RedyHost customers who run Drupal websites in a cPanel hosting, ask us about getting Drupal console available in cPanel. Of course RedyHost cPanel hosting comes with Drupal console preinstalled and available inside the GageFS.

This page describes how to install Drupal console in a cPanel/WHM server with CloudLinux.

This page should be used by system admins who want to make Drupal console available to their customers in cPanel with CloudLinux/CageFS installed.

First, SSH to the cPanel/WHM server as the root user.

Next, run these commands to install drush:

Drupal console, CageFS, CloudLinux, cPanel, Drupal
Last updated: Friday, July 22, 2016 - 18:25

How to speed up a slow Drupal site to become a Fast Drupal site.

Surely running your Drupal web site on premium hardware is important! Application bottleneck could slow down even small Drupal web site running on top performing hardware. On the other side, minimalistic approach in activating Drupal and contributed modules, may speed up even large and high traffic Drupal web site running on high performance hardware.

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