Whenever I run cron , all the articles in drupal which I have edited/created get updated with the new timestamp(the time when cron runs) and the "updated" tag appears beside the article name.This happens again and again as I run cron,even if I did not make changes to that article again.
To be more precise :
I edit two articles 1 ,2 today at 10:00 AM and run cron 5 min later at 10:05 , the time stamps of both are updated to 10:05 .
Again I edit article 1 at 10:10 and run cron at 10:20 and now, articles 1,2 have their time stamps at 10:20.
Any thoughts regarding this?

  • 1
    Sounds like you've got a module updating all of the nodes on each cron run using node_save, which updates the timestamp for the node when it's called. I'd try disabling the contributed/custom modules you have installed one-by-one until you find the culprit. – Clive Mar 2 '12 at 22:07
  • I think it is the cmis module.Inside cmis_sync.cmis.inc the function _cmis_sync_cmis_drupal_handle_updates is the one that also has a node_save as you mentioned. I have already applied the patch at drupal.org/files/syncfixes-1291988.patch Any thoughts? – Aditya Kalluri Mar 3 '12 at 0:41

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.