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On my report page, I get a warning about Unsupported Release of modules or themes.

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but when I click the "available updates" link, the next page tells me that all my projects are up to date.

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I've tried clearing my cache and running cron but I get the same result.

EDIT:

Apparently this is a known bug that I missed in my searches. Unfortunately, the link to the bug below doesn't include any info on how to find out WHICH modules are unsupported. :( So, I have no way to figure out which things I need to upgrade or remove.

Where can I find a list of the unsupported modules in my installation?

  • I'm not exactly sure how to flag this, but questions related to known bugs are discouraged. Here's the thread: Issue #961060: If a module is Not Supported, Drupal's warning links to available updates page, which says everything is OK – othermachines Aug 25 '15 at 2:33
  • Ah, I didn't realize this was a known bug, that page didn't come up in my search results. Thanks! Any idea how to find out WHICH project is the one that is unsupported? I have no way of finding out which thing I need to upgrade. – Kenny Wyland Aug 27 '15 at 17:22
  • If you'd known you wouldn't have posted, right? :) I should have phrased that to say that it'll likely be closed for that reason. To find out which project, you can try drush pm-updatestatus? (Granted, it may be subject to the same bug.) – othermachines Aug 28 '15 at 19:53
  • That worked actually! It gave me a list of the individual modules with their status and so I was able to determine which was unsupported! Woo! If you could please post that as an answer, I'll accept it. – Kenny Wyland Aug 29 '15 at 22:02
  • That's excellent! Answer posted. – othermachines Aug 29 '15 at 23:32
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If using Drush, try:

drush pm-updatestatus

Note: It gives you a list of the individual modules with their status, so you can determine which one is unsupported!

  • Please check the note I added to your interesting answer, which is basically the comment from Kenny I (partially) integrated. If you don't like it: feel free to rollback, ok? – Pierre.Vriens Aug 8 '16 at 6:35

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