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How to correctly setup a Docker Compose installation?

  • Hi there,

    I've setup a Drupal 8 on this Docker image. Everything works perfectly except one thing: images.

    Let me explain: I created a content type with an image field. When I create a node of this content type, I can upload an image, everything works well. However I can't create a second one. I have an error and this entry in the logs

    The upload directory public://2017-09 for the file field field_poster could not be created or is not accessible. A newly uploaded file could not be saved in this directory as a consequence, and the upload was canceled.

    My guess is a permission issue, but, even a chmod -R 777 does not help. Can anybody help? Many thanks :)

    submitted by /u/Axiol
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    9 hours 17 min ago

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Valuebound: How to secure your user’s private data from unauthorised access by enabling SSL on your web server

  • As a member of development team, I used to develop web applications using Drupal CMS without worrying about HTTP or HTTPS as it has to be added by dev operational team in my organization. On the serious note “How the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) prepended to the existing URL” and How does it make a huge difference? Why it is important to make your web URL prepend https instead of HTTP.

    Today SSL has become an eye-glazing topic and people want to know more about it so that they can protect their data from unauthorized access. In this blog post, we will take a brief look at basics of SSL and discuss how to secure the website running on Apache with HTTPS. Don’t worry! It's not a rocket science and very simple to secure your site as well as private data. In between, we will also…

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Nightly truncating all cache_* tables? Good or bad?

  • Hello

    I'm having some issues on various D7 sites with some cache tables growing stupidly large (e.g cache_metadata or cache_menu) which then makes drush cc all very slow.

    Do you think that there is any problem if I setup a nightly linux cronjob which will be truncating cache and cache_* tables apart from cache_form? And after that I plan on executing a drush cc all for safety.

    thanks

    p.s I do not plan on investigating and trying to fix the root cause that makes those tables grow large.

    submitted by /u/cherouvim
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    1 day 22 hours ago

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