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Andrew Fletcher
Having updated Solr, re-indexing wasn't working. The error in the logs was Drupal\search_api_solr\SearchApiSolrException while indexing item entity:node/2386:en: Solr endpoint http://127.0.0.1:8983/ bad request (code: 400, body: Exception writing document id 36lk64-related_projects-entity:node/2386:en to the index; possible analysis error: cannot change field "tm_X3b_en_body" from index options=DOCS_AND_FREQS_AND_POSITIONS to inconsistent index options=DOCS_AND_FREQS_AND_POSITIONS_AND_OFFSETS,...
Andrew Fletcher
Have you had the situation where you needed to compare the files recorded in the...
Andrew Fletcher
These steps are for Drupal 8 and 9.   Export your database Order here is...
Andrew Fletcher
When reloading a page, you may encounter the following error: Fatal error:...
Andrew Fletcher
Overview of the elements Set Up API Keys Obtain API keys for Pinecone and...
Andrew Fletcher
The issue of over 300 simultaneous database connections in the context of AWS and Drupal can have several potential causes. Here are some common factors to consider: Server Configuration Check your server configuration to ensure it can handle the expected number of simultaneous connections. This includes parameters like max_connections in your database server configuration. Traffic or Load Spike A sudden increase in traffic or load on your Drupal site can lead to more simultaneous database...
Andrew Fletcher
Finalising a deployment to Drupal 10 and reviewing the latest log...
Andrew Fletcher
The error message "Attempting to re-run cron while it is already running" in...
Andrew Fletcher
Lando is a development environment tool that makes it easier to set up and...
Andrew Fletcher
In Drupal Twig templates, you can set a variable like paragraph_parent to the...
Andrew Fletcher
In the Drupal Status report, I'm seeing the following message Not set This attribute should be explicitly set to Lax, Strict or None. If set to None then the request must be made via HTTPS. See PHP documentation  The "SameSite" cookie attribute is a security feature in web browsers that helps prevent cross-site request forgery (CSRF) and cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. This attribute allows web developers to control when cookies should be sent with cross-origin requests. When you see a...
Andrew Fletcher
Create a Lando setup running Drupal 10. The command you provided appears to be a...
Andrew Fletcher
In Drupal, the Watchdog module (or the logging system) is responsible for...
Andrew Fletcher
Update Drupal to 10.1.x and I'm receiving the following...
Andrew Fletcher
  Set up your server Begin by cleaning up your server environment.  Do...