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Although this question is quite old and no longer relevant for Drupal 8 as drush no longer has entity-updates, I believe people would still be landing on this page with Pending Entity Updates messages in the Status Report. I ran into the same scenario and wanted to address that issue. The message is shown when the definition of the entity in the database ...


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Please update the file size first in php.ini file. Then check again. upload_max_filesize = 1024M post_max_size = 1024M


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While you could copy a core module from a newer Drupal version, that is probably going to create issues, as the module code could be changed because of changes in Drupal core code. For example, a new class could replace an old one. Using the newer version of the module would cause its code to try to instantiate a class that doesn't exist in the old Drupal ...


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For example, could you update Views without updating core? First of all, you should check if you could get away with implementing those changes via a hook, event subscriber, or altering/overriding a service. If not, download Lastest_Drupal_8.zip and unzip only /core/modules/views folder onto your projects /core/modules/views folder. If you like, you could ...


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I couldn't find the key_value table anywhere. After a lot of research, I stumbled upon this article by Marius Cârneală. https://www.mariusc.name/content/no-available-releases-found-drupal-error-fix His SQL command worked for me: truncate cache_update You can also run it using drush: drush sqlq truncate cache_update


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In symfony I would delete vendor dir and run composer install. But in drupal not all files are in vendor dir. What is the best workflow in this case? Should I manually delete old vendor files (what dirs exactly?) See .gitignore in your project dir: # Ignore directories generated by Composer /drush/contrib/ /vendor/ /web/core/ /web/modules/contrib/ ...


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Normally you can simply update core and all extensions in a single pass: composer update Only if this doesn't work, try to update core in a separate step by following the procedures described in the drupal composer project: composer update drupal/core webflo/drupal-core-require-dev "symfony/*" --with-dependencies See https://github.com/drupal-composer/...


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Solved it. I had to add that "webflo/drupal-core-require-dev" to update command to be updates as well, because without that core couldn't be updated: composer update drupal/core "webflo/drupal-core-require-dev" --with-dependencies Saw that in "known issues" section. :/ It's really strange - what's the purpose of --with-dependencies when I have to add ...


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