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I already know that in computing in general, registry is the main data structure for paths (whether as a table in DB or a as a standalone DB).

In the case of Drupal, I saw two tables in the DB's. When is "registry" and the second is "file_registry".

While I understand that file_registry table holds paths for files, I wonder what are the main kinds of paths that the "general" registry table holds, and thus what are the main differences between them. I hope a Drupal developer who have dived into these SQL files could explain the main differences,

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The file_registry stores entries for all uploaded files as attachments or file_entities to Drupal. Files marked for deletetion are removed at Cron and cleared from the table.

The registry table stores Drupal system information on all available code files available to the system from modules and themes. And more importantly includes all php classes used in the system and where they may be found. When you install or remove modules or themes from your Drupal installation php files are added/removed from the registry table.

  • You're thinking of file_managed with the first paragraph...OP has actually spelt it wrong, they meant registry_file, which is something different – Clive Nov 24 '15 at 16:00
  • ah, you're right .... where's my caffeine. – tenken Nov 24 '15 at 16:01
  • @tenken, in your last sentence, did you mean to say (paths for) php files are...? Thanks, – JohnDoea Nov 24 '15 at 16:31

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