Core drush commands

archive-dumpBackup your code, files, and database into a single file.
archive-restoreExpand a site archive into a Drupal web site.
cache-clearClear a specific cache, or all drupal caches.
cache-getFetch a cached object and display it.
cache-setCache an object expressed in JSON or var_export() format.
core-configEdit drushrc, site alias, and Drupal settings.php files.
core-cronRun all cron hooks in all active modules for specified site.
core-executeExecute a shell command. Usually used with a site alias.
core-quick-drupalDownload, install, serve and login to Drupal with minimal configuration and dependencies.
core-requirementsProvides information about things that may be wrong in your Drupal installation, if any.
core-rsyncRsync the Drupal tree to/from another server using ssh.
core-statusProvides a birds-eye view of the current Drupal installation, if any.
core-topicRead detailed documentation on a given topic.
drupal-directoryReturn path to a given module/theme directory.
helpPrint this help message. See `drush help help` for more options.
image-flushFlush all derived images for a given style.
php-evalEvaluate arbitrary php code after bootstrapping Drupal (if available).
php-scriptRun php script(s).
queue-listReturns a list of all defined queues
queue-runRun a specific queue by name
search-indexIndex the remaining search items without wiping the index.
search-reindexForce the search index to be rebuilt.
search-statusShow how many items remain to be indexed out of the total.
self-updateCheck to see if there is a newer Drush release available.
shell-aliasPrint all known shell alias records.
site-aliasPrint site alias records for all known site aliases and local sites.
site-installInstall Drupal along with modules/themes/configuration using the specified install profile.
site-resetReset a persistently set site.
site-setSet a site alias to work on that will persist for the current session.
site-sshConnect to a Drupal site's server via SSH for an interactive session or to run a shell command
test-cleanClean temporary tables and files.
test-runRun tests. Note that you must use the --uri option.
updatedbApply any database updates required (as with running update.php).
usage-sendSend anonymous Drush usage information to statistics logging site. Usage statistics contain the Drush command name and the Drush option names, but no arguments or option values.
usage-showShow Drush usage information that has been logged but not sent. Usage statistics contain the Drush command name and the Drush option names, but no arguments or option values.
variable-deleteDelete a variable.
variable-getGet a list of some or all site variables and values.
variable-setSet a variable.
versionShow drush version.
watchdog-deleteDelete watchdog messages.
watchdog-listShow available message types and severity levels. A prompt will ask for a choice to show watchdog messages.
watchdog-showShow watchdog messages.

Runserver commands

runserverRuns a lightweight built in http server for development.

Field commands

field-cloneClone a field and all its instances.
field-createCreate fields and instances. Returns urls for field editing.
field-deleteDelete a field and its instances.
field-infoView information about fields, field_types, and widgets.
field-updateReturn URL for field editing web page.

Project manager commands

pm-disableDisable one or more extensions (modules or themes).
pm-downloadDownload projects from drupal.org or other sources.
pm-enableEnable one or more extensions (modules or themes).
pm-infoShow detailed info for one or more extensions (modules or themes).
pm-listShow a list of available extensions (modules and themes).
pm-refreshRefresh update status information.
pm-releasenotesPrint release notes for given projects.
pm-releasesPrint release information for given projects.
pm-uninstallUninstall one or more modules.
pm-updateUpdate Drupal core and contrib projects and apply any pending database updates (Same as pm-updatecode + updatedb).
pm-updatecodeUpdate Drupal core and contrib projects to latest recommended releases.

SQL commands

sql-cliOpen a SQL command-line interface using Drupal's credentials.
sql-connectA string for connecting to the DB.
sql-createCreate a database.
sql-dropDrop all tables in a given database.
sql-dumpExports the Drupal DB as SQL using mysqldump or equivalent.
sql-queryExecute a query against the site database.
sql-syncCopy and import source database to target database. Transfers via rsync.

User commands

user-add-roleAdd a role to the specified user accounts.
user-blockBlock the specified user(s).
user-cancelCancel a user account with the specified name.
user-createCreate a user account with the specified name.
user-informationPrint information about the specified user(s).
user-loginDisplay a one time login link for the given user account (defaults to uid 1).
user-password(Re)Set the password for the user account with the specified name.
user-remove-roleRemove a role from the specified user accounts.
user-unblockUnblock the specified user(s).

Other commands

makeTurns a makefile into a working Drupal codebase.
make-generateGenerate a makefile from the current Drupal site.

Global Options (see `drush topic core-global-options` for the full list)

-r <path>, --root=<path> Drupal root directory to use (default: current directory).
-l <http://example.com:8888>, --uri=<http://example.com:8888> URI of the drupal site to use (only needed in multisite environments or when running on an alternate port).
-v, --verbose Display extra information about the command.
-d, --debug Display even more information, including internal messages.
-y, --yes Assume 'yes' as answer to all prompts.
-n, --no Assume 'no' as answer to all prompts.
-s, --simulate Simulate all relevant actions (don't actually change the system).
-p, --pipe Emit a compact representation of the command for scripting.
-h, --help This help system.
--version Show drush version.
--php=</path/to/file> The absolute path to your PHP intepreter, if not 'php' in the path.
-ia, --interactive Force interactive mode for commands run on multiple targets (e.g. `drush @site1,@site2 cc --ia`).

Command detail

archive-dump
Backup your code, files, and database into a single file.

Examples:
 drush archive-dump                        Write an archive containing 3 sites in it.                                                         
 default,example.com,foo.com                                                                                                                  
 drush archive-dump @sites                 Save archive containing all sites in a multi-site.                                                 
 drush archive-dump default                Save archive to custom location.                                                                   
 --destination=/backups/mysite.tar                                                                                                            
 drush archive-dump                        Omits any .git directories found in the tree as well as sites/default/files.                       
 --tar-options="--exclude=.git                                                                                                                
 --exclude=sites/default/files"                                                                                                               
 drush archive-dump                        Placeholder %files is replaced with the real path for the current site, and that path is excluded. 
 --tar-options="--exclude=%files"                                                                                                             


Arguments:
 sites                                     Optional. Site specifications, delimited by commas. Typically, list subdirectory name(s) under /sites. 


Options:
 --description                             Describe the archive contents.                                                                                      
 --destination                             The full path and filename in which the archive should be stored. If omitted, it will be saved to the drush-backups 
                                           directory and a filename will be generated.                                                                         
 --generator                               The generator name to store in the MANIFEST file. The default is "Drush archive-dump".                              
 --generatorversion                        The generator version number to store in the MANIFEST file. The default is 5.0-dev.                                 
 --overwrite                               Do not fail if the destination file exists; overwrite it instead.                                                   
 --pipe                                    Only print the destination of the archive. Useful for scripts that don't pass --destination.                        
 --preserve-symlinks                       Preserve symbolic links.                                                                                            
 --tags                                    Add tags to the archive manifest. Delimit multiple by commas.                                                       
 --tar-options                             Options passed thru to the tar command.                                                                             


Aliases: ard, archive-backup, arb
archive-restore
Expand a site archive into a Drupal web site.

Examples:
 drush archive-restore ./example.tar.gz    Restore the files and databases for all sites in the archive.                   
 drush archive-restore ./example.tar.gz    Restore the files and database for example.com site.                            
 example.com                                                                                                               
 drush archive-restore ./example.tar.gz    Restore archive to a custom location.                                           
 --destination=/var/www/example.com/docro                                                                                  
 ot                                                                                                                        
 drush archive-restore ./example.tar.gz    Restore archive to a new database (and customize settings.php to point there.). 
 --db-url=mysql://root:pass@127.0.0.1/dbn                                                                                  
 ame                                                                                                                       


Arguments:
 file                                      The site archive file that should be expanded.                                
 site name                                 Optional. Which site within the archive you want to restore. Defaults to all. 


Options:
 --db-prefix                               An optional table prefix to use during restore.                                                                      
 --db-su                                   Account to use when creating the new database. Optional.                                                             
 --db-su-pw                                Password for the "db-su" account. Optional.                                                                          
 --db-url                                  A Drupal 6 style database URL indicating the target for database restore. If not provided, the archived settings.php 
                                           is used.                                                                                                             
 --destination                             Specify where the Drupal site should be expanded, including the docroot. Defaults to the current working directory.  
 --overwrite                               Allow drush to overwrite any files in the destination.                                                               


Aliases: arr
cache-clear
Clear a specific cache, or all drupal caches.

Arguments:
 type                                      The particular cache to clear. Omit this argument to choose from available caches. 


Aliases: cc
cache-get
Fetch a cached object and display it.

Examples:
 drush cache-get schema                    Display the data for the cache id "schema" from the "cache" bin.                     
 drush cache-get                           Display the data for the cache id "update_available_releases" from the "update" bin. 
 update_available_releases update                                                                                               


Arguments:
 cid                                       The id of the object to fetch.         
 bin                                       Optional. The cache bin to fetch from. 


Options:
 --format                                  Format to output the object. Use "print_r" for print_r (default), "export" for var_export, and "json" for JSON. 


Aliases: cg
cache-set
Cache an object expressed in JSON or var_export() format.

Arguments:
 cid                                       The id of the object to set.                                           
 data                                      The object to set in the cache. Use '-' to read the object from STDIN. 
 bin                                       Optional. The cache bin to store the object in.                        
 expire                                    Optional. CACHE_PERMANENT, CACHE_TEMPORARY, or a Unix timestamp.       


Options:
 --cache-get                               If the object is the result a previous fetch from the cache, only store the value in the "data" property of the 
                                           object in the cache.                                                                                            
 --format                                  Format to parse the object. Use "string" for string (default), and "json" for JSON.                             


Aliases: cs
core-config
Edit drushrc, site alias, and Drupal settings.php files.

Examples:
 drush core-config                         Pick from a list of config/alias/settings files. Open selected in editor. 
 drush --bg core-config                    Return to shell prompt as soon as the editor window opens.                
 drush core-config etc                     Edit the global configuration file.                                       
 drush core-config demo.alia               Edit a particular alias file.                                             
 drush core-config sett                    Edit settings.php for the current Drupal site.                            
 drush core-config --choice=2              Edit the second file in the choice list.                                  


Arguments:
 filter                                    A substring for filtering the list of files. Omit this argument to choose from loaded files. 


Options:
 --bg                                      Run editor in the background. Does not work with editors such as `vi` that run in the terminal. 


Aliases: conf, config
core-cron
Run all cron hooks in all active modules for specified site.

Aliases: cron
core-execute
Execute a shell command. Usually used with a site alias.

Examples:
 drush core-execute git pull origin  Retrieve latest code from git 
 rebase                                                            


Arguments:
 command                                   The shell command to be executed. 


Options:
 --escaped                                 Command string already escaped; do not add additional quoting.                   
 --ssh-options                             A string of extra options that will be passed to the ssh command (e.g. "-p 100") 
 --tty                                     Create a tty (e.g. to run an interactive program).                               


Topics:
 docs-aliases                              Site aliases overview on creating your own aliases for commonly used Drupal sites with examples from 
                                           example.aliases.drushrc.php.                                                                         
 docs-strict-options                       Strict option handling, and how commands that use it differ from regular Drush commands.             


Aliases: exec, execute
core-quick-drupal
Download, install, serve and login to Drupal with minimal configuration and dependencies.

Examples:
 drush qd                                  Download and install stable release of Drupal into a timestamped directory, start server, and open the site logged   
                                           in as admin.                                                                                                         
 drush qd --profile=minimal --dev --cache  Fire up dev release of Drupal site with minimal install profile.                                                     
 --core=drupal-8.x --yes                                                                                                                                        
 drush qd testsite devel                   Fire up stable release (using the cache) of Drupal site called "testsite", download and enable devel module, start a 
 --server=:8081/admin --browser=firefox    server on port 8081 and open /admin in firefox.                                                                      
 --cache --yes                                                                                                                                                  
 drush qd commercesite                     Download and install the "Commerce Kickstart" distribution/install profile, display watchdog messages on the server  
 --core=commerce_kickstart                 console.                                                                                                             
 --profile=commerce_kickstart --cache                                                                                                                           
 --yes --watchdog                                                                                                                                               
 drush qd --makefile=mysite.make           Create and install a site from a makefile.                                                                           


Arguments:
 site                                      Short name for the site to be created - used as a directory name and as sqlite file name. Optional - if omitted    
                                           timestamped "quick-drupal" directory will be used instead.                                                         
 projects                                  A list of projects to download into the new site. If projects contain extensions (modules or themes) with the same 
                                           name they will be enabled by default. See --enable option to control this behaviour further.                       


Options:
 --account-mail                            Site install option: uid1 email. Defaults to admin@example.com                                                       
 --account-name                            Site install option: uid1 name. Defaults to admin                                                                    
 --account-pass                            Site install option: uid1 pass. Defaults to a randomly generated password. If desired, set a fixed password in       
                                           drushrc.php.                                                                                                         
 --browser                                 Runserver option: If opening a web browser, which browser to user (defaults to operating system default).            
 --cache                                   Cache release XML and tarballs or git clones. Git clones use git's --reference option.                               
   --cache-duration-releasexml             Expire duration (in seconds) for release XML. Defaults to 86400 (24 hours).                                          
 --clean-url                               Site install option: Defaults to 1                                                                                   
 --core                                    Drupal core to download. Defaults to "drupal" (latest stable version).                                               
 --db-prefix                               Site install option: An optional table prefix to use for initial install.  Can be a key-value array of               
                                           tables/prefixes in a drushrc file (not the command line).                                                            
 --db-su                                   Site install option: Account to use when creating a new database. Must have Grant permission (mysql only). Optional. 
 --db-su-pw                                Site install option: Password for the "db-su" account. Optional.                                                     
 --db-url                                  Site install option: A Drupal 6 style database URL. Only required for initial install - not re-install.              
 --default-server                          Runserver option: A default addr:port/path to use for any values not specified as an argument.                       
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                               
 --dns                                     Runserver option: Resolve hostnames/IPs using DNS/rDNS (if possible) to determine binding IPs and/or human friendly  
                                           hostnames for URLs and browser.                                                                                      
 --enable                                  Specific extensions (modules or themes) to enable. By default, extensions with the same name as requested projects   
                                           will be enabled automatically.                                                                                       
 --locale                                  Site install option: A short language code. Sets the default site language. Language files must already be present.  
                                           You may use download command to get them.                                                                            
 --makefile=[mysite.make]                  Makefile to use. Makefile must specify which version of Drupal core to build.                                        
 --no-server                               Avoid starting runserver (and browser) for the created Drupal site.                                                  
 --notes                                   Download option: Show release notes after each project is downloaded.                                                
 --php-cgi                                 Runserver option: Name of the php-cgi binary. If it is not on your current $PATH you should include the full path.   
                                           You can include command line parameters to pass into php-cgi.                                                        
 --pipe                                    Download option: Returns a list of the names of the extensions (modules and themes) contained in the downloaded      
                                           projects.                                                                                                            
 --profile                                 The install profile to use. Defaults to standard.                                                                    
 --root=[/path/to/root]                    Path to Drupal root.                                                                                                 
 --select                                  Download option: Select the version to download interactively from a list of available releases.                     
   --all                                   Shows all available releases instead of a short list of recent releases.                                             
 --server                                  Runserver option: Which http server to use - either: "cgi" for a CGI based httpserver (default, requires php 5.3 and 
                                           php-cgi binary) or "builtin" for php 5.4 built in http server.                                                       
 --site-mail                               Site install option: From: for system mailings. Defaults to admin@example.com                                        
 --site-name                               Site install option: Defaults to Site-Install                                                                        
 --skip                                    Download option: Skip automatic downloading of libraries (c.f. devel).                                               
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history.   
 --use-existing                            Use an existing Drupal root, specified with --root. Overrides --core.                                                
 --variables                               Runserver option: Key-value array of variables to override in the $conf array for the running site. By default       
                                           disables drupal_http_request_fails to avoid errors on Windows (which supports only one connection at a time). Comma  
                                           delimited list of name=value pairs (or array in drushrc).                                                            
 --variant                                 Download option: Only useful for install profiles. Possible values: 'full', 'projects', 'profile-only'.              
 --package-handler=wget                    Default package_handler engine. Download project packages using wget or curl.                                        
 --package-handler=git_drupalorg           Use git.drupal.org to checkout and update projects.                                                                  
   --gitusername                           Your git username as shown on user/[uid]/edit/git. Typically, this is set this in drushrc.php. Omitting this         
                                           prevents users from pushing changes back to git.drupal.org.                                                          
   --gitsubmodule                          Use git submodules for checking out new projects. Existing git checkouts are unaffected, and will continue to (not)  
                                           use submodules regardless of this setting.                                                                           
     --gitsubmoduleaddparams               Add options to the `git submodule add` command.                                                                      
   --gitcheckoutparams                     Add options to the `git checkout` command.                                                                           
   --gitcloneparams                        Add options to the `git clone` command.                                                                              
   --gitfetchparams                        Add options to the `git fetch` command.                                                                              
   --gitpullparams                         Add options to the `git pull` command.                                                                               
   --gitinfofile                           Inject version info into each .info file.                                                                            
 --version-control=backup                  Default version_control engine. Backup all project files before updates.                                             
   --no-backup                             Do not perform backups.                                                                                              
   --backup-dir                            Specify a directory to backup projects into. Defaults to drush-backups within the home directory of the user running 
                                           the command. It is forbidden to specify a directory inside your drupal root.                                         
 --version-control=bzr                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Bazaar.                                                            
   --bzrsync                               Automatically add new files to the Bazaar repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                              
   --bzrcommit                             Automatically commit changes to Bazaar repository. You must also use the --bzrsync option.                           
     --bzrmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit. Project   Command:                                                                                                            
 --version-control=svn                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Subversion.                                                        
   --svnsync                               Automatically add new files to the SVN repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                                 
   --svncommit                             Automatically commit changes to SVN repository. You must also using the --svnsync option.                            
     --svnmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit:                       
   --svnstatusparams                       Add options to the 'svn status' command                                                                              
   --svnaddparams                          Add options to the `svn add` command                                                                                 
   --svnremoveparams                       Add options to the `svn remove` command                                                                              
   --svnrevertparams                       Add options to the `svn revert` command                                                                              
   --svncommitparams                       Add options to the `svn commit` command                                                                              


Aliases: qd
core-requirements
Provides information about things that may be wrong in your Drupal installation, if any.

Examples:
 drush core-requirements                   Show all status lines from the Status Report admin page.                                                      
 drush core-requirements --severity=2      Show only the red lines from the Status Report admin page.                                                    
 drush core-requirements --pipe            Print out a short report in the format "identifier: severity", where severity 2=error, 1=warning, and 0/-1=OK 


Options:
 --ignore                                  Comma-separated list of requirements to remove from output. Run with --pipe to see key values to use. 
 --severity=<3>                            Only show status report messages with a severity greater than or equal to the specified value.        


Aliases: status-report, rq
core-rsync
Rsync the Drupal tree to/from another server using ssh.

Examples:
 drush rsync @dev @stage                   Rsync Drupal root from dev to stage (one of which must be local).                                    
 drush rsync ./ @stage:%files/img          Rsync all files in the current directory to the 'img' directory in the file storage folder on stage. 


Arguments:
 source                                    May be rsync path or site alias. See rsync documentation and example.aliases.drushrc.php. 
 destination                               May be rsync path or site alias. See rsync documentation and example.aliases.drushrc.php. 


Options:
 --RSYNC-FLAG                              Most rsync flags passed to drush sync will be passed on to rsync.  See rsync documentation.                         
 --exclude-conf                            Excludes settings.php from being rsynced.  Default.                                                                 
 --exclude-files                           Exclude the files directory.                                                                                        
 --exclude-other-sites                     Exclude all directories in "sites/" except for "sites/all" and the site directory for the site being synced.  Note: 
                                           if the site directory is different between the source and destination, use --exclude-sites followed by "drush rsync 
                                           @from:%site @to:%site"                                                                                              
 --exclude-paths                           List of paths to exclude, seperated by : (Unix-based systems) or ; (Windows).                                       
 --exclude-sites                           Exclude all directories in "sites/" except for "sites/all".                                                         
 --include-conf                            Allow settings.php to be rsynced. Default is to exclude settings.php.                                               
 --include-paths                           List of paths to include, seperated by : (Unix-based systems) or ; (Windows).                                       
 --include-vcs                             Include special version control directories (e.g. .svn).  Default is to exclude vcs files.                          
 --mode                                    The unary flags to pass to rsync; --mode=rultz implies rsync -rultz.  Default is -akz.                              


Topics:
 docs-aliases                              Site aliases overview on creating your own aliases for commonly used Drupal sites with examples from 
                                           example.aliases.drushrc.php.                                                                         
 docs-strict-options                       Strict option handling, and how commands that use it differ from regular Drush commands.             


Aliases: rsync
core-status
Provides a birds-eye view of the current Drupal installation, if any.

Examples:
 drush core-status version                 Show all status lines that contain version information. 
 drush core-status --pipe                  A list key=value items separated by line breaks.        
 drush core-status drush-version --pipe    Emit just the drush version with no label.              


Arguments:
 item                                      Optional.  The status item line(s) to display. 


Options:
 --full                                    Show all drush aliases in the report, even if there are a lot. 
 --show-passwords                          Show database password.                                        


Topics:
 docs-readme                               README.txt 


Aliases: status, st
core-topic
Read detailed documentation on a given topic.

Examples:
 drush topic                               Show all available topics.                   
 drush topic docs-context                  Show documentation for the drush context API 
 drush docs-context                        Show documentation for the drush context API 


Arguments:
 topic name                                The name of the topic you wish to view. If omitted, list all topic descriptions (and names in parenthesis). 


Topics:
 docs-readme                               README.txt 


Aliases: topic
drupal-directory
Return the filesystem path for modules/themes and other key folders.

Examples:
 cd `drush dd devel`                       Navigate into the devel module directory                            
 cd `drush dd`                             Navigate to the root of your Drupal site                            
 cd `drush dd files`                       Navigate to the files directory.                                    
 drush dd @alias:%files                    Print the path to the files directory on the site @alias.           
 edit `drush dd devel`/devel.module        Open devel module in your editor (customize 'edit' for your editor) 


Arguments:
 target                                    A module/theme name, or special names like root, files, private, or an alias : path alias string such as 
                                           @alias:%files. Defaults to root.                                                                         


Options:
 --component                               The portion of the evaluated path to return.  Defaults to 'path'; 'name' returns the site alias of the target. 
 --local                                   Reject any target that specifies a remote site.                                                                


Aliases: dd
help
Drush provides an extensive help system that describes both drush commands and topics of general interest.  Use `drush help --filter` to present a list of
command categories to view, and `drush topic` for a list of topics that go more in-depth on how to use and extend drush.

Examples:
 drush                                     List all commands.                                     
 drush --filter=devel_generate             Show only commands defined in devel_generate.drush.inc 
 drush help pm-download                    Show help for one command.                             
 drush help dl                             Show help for one command using an alias.              


Arguments:
 command                                   A command name, or command alias. 


Options:
 --filter=[category]                       Restrict command list to those commands defined in the specified file. Omit value to choose from a list of names.    
 --format                                  Format to output . Allowed values are: json, export, html.                                                           
 --html                                    Print help for all commands in HTML format. Deprecated - see --format option.                                        
 --pipe                                    A list of available commands, one per line.                                                                          
 --sort                                    Sort commands in alphabetical order. drush waits for full bootstrap before printing any commands when this option is 
                                           used.                                                                                                                


Topics:
 docs-readme                               README.txt 


image-flush
Flush all derived images for a given style.

Examples:
 drush image-flush                         Pick an image style and then delete its images.                
 drush image-flush thumbnail               Delete all thumbnail images.                                   
 drush image-flush --all                   Flush all derived images. They will be regenerated on the fly. 


Arguments:
 style                                     An image style machine name. If not provided, user may choose from a list of names. 


Options:
 --all                                     Flush all derived images 


php-eval
Evaluate arbitrary php code after bootstrapping Drupal (if available).

Examples:
 drush php-eval "variable_set('hello',  Sets the hello variable using Drupal API. 
 'world');"                                                                       


Arguments:
 code                                      PHP code 


Aliases: eval, ev
php-script
Runs the given php script(s) after a full Drupal bootstrap. A useful alternative to eval command when your php is lengthy or you can't be bothered to figure out
bash quoting. If you plan to share a script with others, consider making a full drush command instead, since that's more self-documenting.  Drush provides
commandline options to the script via drush_get_option('option-name'), and commandline arguments can be accessed either via drush_get_arguments(), which returns
all arguments in an array, or drush_shift(), which removes the next argument from the list and returns it.

Examples:
 drush php-script scratch                  Run scratch.php script. See commands/core directory.                        
 drush php-script example                  Run script from specified paths                                             
 --script-path=/path/to/scripts:/another/                                                                              
 path                                                                                                                  
 drush php-script                          List all available scripts.                                                 
                                                                                                                       
 #!/usr/bin/env drush                      Execute php code with a full Drupal bootstrap directly from a shell script. 
                  Additional paths to search for scripts, separated by : (Unix-based systems) or ; (Windows). 


Topics:
 docs-examplescript                        Example Drush script.                                                  
 docs-scripts                              Shell script overview on writing simple sequences of Drush statements. 


Aliases: scr
queue-list
Returns a list of all defined queues

Options:
 --pipe                                    Return a comma delimited list of queues. 


queue-run
Run Drupal queue workers. As opposed to "drush cron" that can only be run one at a time on a single site, "drush queue-run" can be invoked as many times as the
server load allows.

Arguments:
 queue_name                                The name of the queue to run, as defined in either hook_queue_info or hook_cron_queue_info. 


search-index
Index the remaining search items without wiping the index.

search-reindex
Force the search index to be rebuilt.

Options:
 --immediate                               Rebuild the index immediately, instead of waiting for cron. 


search-status
Show how many items remain to be indexed out of the total.

Options:
 --pipe                                    Display in the format remaining/total for processing by scripts. 


self-update
Check to see if there is a newer Drush release available.

Aliases: selfupdate
shell-alias
Print a shell alias record.

Examples:
 drush shell-alias                         List all alias records known to drush.     
 drush shell-alias pull                    Print the value of the shell alias 'pull'. 


Arguments:
 alias                                     Shell alias to print 


Aliases: sha
site-alias
Print an alias record.

Examples:
 drush site-alias                          List all alias records known to drush.     
 drush site-alias @dev                     Print an alias record for the alias 'dev'. 


Arguments:
 site                                      Site specification to print 


Options:
 --alias-name                              For a single alias, set the name to use in the output.                                                   
 --component                               Print only the specified element from the full alias record.                                             
 --full                                    Print the full alias record for each site.  Default when aliases are specified on the command line.      
 --local                                   Only display sites that are available on the local system (remote-site not set, and Drupal root exists). 
 --no-db                                   Do not include the database record in the full alias record (default).                                   
 --pipe                                    Print the long-form site specification for each site.                                                    
 --short                                   Print only the site alias name.  Default when no command line arguments are specified.                   
 --table                                   Display the alias name, root, uri and host in a table.                                                   
 --with-db                                 Include the databases structure in the full alias record.                                                
 --with-db-url                             Include the short-form db-url in the full alias record.                                                  
 --with-optional                           Include optional default items.                                                                          


Topics:
 docs-aliases                              Site aliases overview on creating your own aliases for commonly used Drupal sites with examples from 
                                           example.aliases.drushrc.php.                                                                         


Aliases: sa
site-install
Install Drupal along with modules/themes/configuration using the specified install profile.

Examples:
 drush site-install expert --locale=uk     (Re)install using the expert install profile. Set default language to Ukranian.              
 drush site-install                        Install using the specified DB params.                                                       
 --db-url=mysql://root:pass@localhost:por                                                                                               
 t/dbname                                                                                                                               
 drush site-install                        Install using SQLite (D7+ only).                                                             
 --db-url=sqlite://sites/example.com/file                                                                                               
 s/.ht.sqlite                                                                                                                           
 drush site-install --account-name=joe     Re-install with specified uid1 credentials.                                                  
 --account-pass=mom                                                                                                                     
 drush site-install standard               Pass additional arguments to the profile (D7 example shown here - for D6, omit the form id). 
 install_configure_form.site_default_coun                                                                                               
 try=FR                                                                                                                                 
 my_profile_form.my_settings.key=value                                                                                                  


Arguments:
 profile                                   the install profile you wish to run. defaults to 'default' in D6, 'standard' in D7+                                
 key=value...                              any additional settings you wish to pass to the profile. Fully supported on D7+, partially supported on D6 (single 
                                           step configure forms only). The key is in the form [form name].[parameter name] on D7 or just [parameter name] on  
                                           D6.                                                                                                                


Options:
 --account-mail                            uid1 email. Defaults to admin@example.com                                                                           
 --account-name                            uid1 name. Defaults to admin                                                                                        
 --account-pass                            uid1 pass. Defaults to a randomly generated password. If desired, set a fixed password in drushrc.php.              
 --clean-url                               Defaults to 1                                                                                                       
 --db-prefix                               An optional table prefix to use for initial install.  Can be a key-value array of tables/prefixes in a drushrc file 
                                           (not the command line).                                                                                             
 --db-su=                            Account to use when creating a new database. Must have Grant permission (mysql only). Optional.                     
 --db-su-pw=                         Password for the "db-su" account. Optional.                                                                         
 --db-url=                                                                                                                                                             
 --locale=                          A short language code. Sets the default site language. Language files must already be present. You may use download 
                                           command to get them.                                                                                                
 --site-mail                               From: for system mailings. Defaults to admin@example.com                                                            
 --site-name                               Defaults to Site-Install                                                                                            
 --sites-subdir=           Name of directory under 'sites' which should be created. Only needed when the subdirectory does not already exist.  
                                           Defaults to 'default'                                                                                               


Aliases: si
site-reset
Reset a persistently set site.

site-set
Set a site alias to work on that will persist for the current session.

Examples:
 drush site-set @dev                       Set the current session to use the @dev alias.       
 drush site-set                            Set the current session to use a site specification. 
 user@server/path/to/drupal#sitename                                                            
 drush site-set -                          Go back to the previously-set site (like `cd -`).    


Arguments:
 site                                      Site specification to use, or "-" for previous site. 


Aliases: use
site-ssh
Connect to a Drupal site's server via SSH for an interactive session or to run a shell command

Examples:
 drush @mysite ssh                         Open an interactive shell on @mysite's server.                                               
 drush @prod ssh 'ls /tmp'                 Run "ls /tmp" on @prod site. If @prod is a site list, then ls will be executed on each site. 


Arguments:
 site-alias                                A remote site alias. Can be an alias list.                             
 bash                                      Bash to execute on target. Optional, except when site-alias is a list. 


Options:
 --escaped                                 Command string already escaped; do not add additional quoting.                   
 --ssh-options                             A string of extra options that will be passed to the ssh command (e.g. "-p 100") 
 --tty                                     Create a tty (e.g. to run an interactive program).                               


Topics:
 docs-aliases                              Site aliases overview on creating your own aliases for commonly used Drupal sites with examples from 
                                           example.aliases.drushrc.php.                                                                         
 docs-strict-options                       Strict option handling, and how commands that use it differ from regular Drush commands.             


Aliases: ssh
test-clean
Clean temporary tables and files.

test-run
Run tests. Note that you must use the --uri option.

Examples:
 test-run                                  List all available classes and groups.                                                    
 sudo -u apache test-run --all             Run all available tests. Avoid permission related failures by running as web server user. 
 test-run XMLRPCBasicTestCase              Run one test class.                                                                       
 test-run XML-RPC                          Run all classes in a XML-RPC group.                                                       
 test-run XML-RPC,Filter                   Run all tests from multiple groups/classes.                                               
 test-run XMLRPCBasicTestCase              Run particular methods in the specified class or group.                                   
 --methods="testListMethods,                                                                                                         
 testInvalidMessageParsing"                                                                                                          


Arguments:
 targets                                   A test class, a test group. If omitted, a list of test classes and test groups is presented. Delimit multiple 
                                           targets using commas.                                                                                         


Options:
 --all                                     Run all available tests                                                                                            
 --dirty                                   Skip cleanup of temporary tables and files. Helpful for reading debug() messages and other post-mortem forensics.  
 --methods                                 A comma delimited list of methods that should be run within the test class. Defaults to all methods.               
 --xml                                     Output verbose test results to a specified directory using the JUnit test reporting format. Useful for integrating 
                                           with Jenkins.                                                                                                      


updatedb
Apply any database updates required (as with running update.php).

Aliases: updb
usage-send
Send anonymous Drush usage information to statistics logging site.  Usage statistics contain the Drush command name and the Drush option names, but no arguments
or option values.

Examples:
 drush usage-send                          Immediately send cached usage statistics.                                
 $options['drush_usage_send']  = TRUE;     Specify in a .drushrc.php file that usage information should be sent.    
 $options['drush_usage_size']  = 10240;    Specify the frequency (file size) that usage information should be sent. 


Aliases: usend
usage-show
Show Drush usage information that has been logged but not sent.  Usage statistics contain the Drush command name and the Drush option names, but no arguments or
option values.

Examples:
 drush usage-show                          Show cached usage statistics.                                                                              
 $options['drush_usage_log']  = TRUE;      Specify in a .drushrc.php file that usage information should be logged locally in a usage statistics file. 


Aliases: ushow
variable-delete
Delete a variable.

Examples:
 drush vdel user_pictures                  Delete the user_pictures variable.                                                                     
 drush vdel u                              Choose from a list of variables beginning with "u" to delete.                                          
 drush vdel -y --exact maintenance_mode    Bring the site back online, skipping confirmation. Variable is rewritten to site_offline for Drupal 6. 


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of a variable or the first few letters of its name. 


Options:
 --exact                                   Only delete the one variable that exactly matches the specified name. 
 --yes                                     Skip confirmation if only one variable name matches.                  


Aliases: vdel
variable-get
Get a list of some or all site variables and values.

Examples:
 drush vget                                List all variables and values.                    
 drush vget user                           List all variables containing the string "user".  
 drush vget site_mail --exact              Show the variable with the exact key "site_mail". 


Arguments:
 name                                      A string to filter the variables by. Variables whose name contains the string will be listed. 


Options:
 --exact                                   Only get the one variable that exactly matches the specified name.                                              
 --format=                         Format to output the object. Use "print_r" for print_r (default), "export" for var_export, and "json" for JSON. 
 --pipe                                    A synonym for --format=export. Useful for pasting into code.                                                    


Aliases: vget
variable-set
Set a variable.

Examples:
 drush vset --yes preprocess_css TRUE      Set the preprocess_css variable to true. Skip confirmation if variable already exists.                               
 drush vset --exact maintenance_mode 1     Take the site offline; skips confirmation even if maintenance_mode variable does not exist. Variable is rewritten to 
                                           site_offline for Drupal 6.                                                                                           
 drush vset pr TRUE                        Choose from a list of variables beginning with "pr" to set to (bool)true.                                            
 php -r "print                             Set a variable to a complex value (e.g. array)                                                                       
 json_encode(array('drupal',                                                                                                                                    
 'simpletest'));"  | drush vset                                                                                                                                 
 --format=json                                                                                                                                                  
 project_dependency_excluded_dependencies                                                                                                                       
 -                                                                                                                                                              


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of a variable or the first few letters of its name.                
 value                                     The value to assign to the variable. Use '-' to read the object from STDIN. 


Options:
 --exact                                   The exact name of the variable to set has been provided; do not prompt for similarly-named variables.              
 --format=                        Format to parse the object. Use "auto" to detect format from value (default), "string", "integer" or "boolean" for 
                                           corresponding primitive type, and "json" for JSON.                                                                 
 --yes                                     Skip confirmation if only one variable name matches.                                                               


Aliases: vset
version
Show drush version.

Options:
 --pipe                                    Print just the version number, and nothing else.                
 --self-update                             Check for pending updates to Drush itself. Set to 0 to disable. 


watchdog-delete
Delete watchdog messages. Arguments or options must be provided to specify which messages to delete.

Examples:
 drush watchdog-delete all                 Delete all messages.                                        
 drush watchdog-delete 64                  Delete messages with id 64.                                 
 drush watchdog-delete "cron run           Delete messages containing the string "cron run succesful". 
 succesful"                                                                                            
 drush watchdog-delete --severity=notice   Delete all messages with a severity of notice.              
 drush watchdog-delete --type=cron         Delete all messages of type cron.                           


Options:
 --severity                                Delete messages of a given severity level. 
 --type                                    Delete messages of a given type.           


Aliases: wd-del, wd-delete
watchdog-list
Show available message types and severity levels. A prompt will ask for a choice to show watchdog messages.

Aliases: wd-list
watchdog-show
Show watchdog messages. Arguments and options can be combined to configure which messages to show.

Examples:
 drush watchdog-show                       Show a listing of most recent 10 messages.                                                                          
 drush watchdog-show 64                    Show in detail message with id 64.                                                                                  
 drush watchdog-show "cron run succesful"  Show a listing of most recent 10 messages containing the string "cron run succesful".                               
 drush watchdog-show --count=46            Show a listing of most recent 46 messages.                                                                          
 drush watchdog-show --severity=notice     Show a listing of most recent 10 messages with a severity of notice.                                                
 drush watchdog-show --type=php            Show a listing of most recent 10 messages of type php.                                                              
 drush watchdog-show --tail --full         Show a listing of most recent 10 messages with extended information about each one and continue showing messages as 
                                           they are registered in the watchdog.                                                                                
 drush watchdog-show --tail                Do a tail of the watchdog with a delay of two seconds between each poll to the database.                            
 --sleep-delay=2                                                                                                                                               


Arguments:
 wid                                       Optional id of a watchdog message to show in detail. If not provided, a listing of most recent 10 messages will be 
                                           displayed. Alternatively if a string is provided, watchdog messages will be filtered by it.                        


Options:
 --count                                   The number of messages to show. Defaults to 10.                                                                 
 --full                                    Return extended information about each message                                                                  
 --severity                                Restrict to messages of a given severity level.                                                                 
 --sleep-delay                             To be used in conjunction with --tail. This is the number of seconds to wait between each poll to the database. 
                                           Delay is 1 second by default.                                                                                   
 --tail                                    Continuously show new watchdog messages until interrupted.                                                      
 --type                                    Restrict to messages of a given type.                                                                           


Aliases: wd-show, ws
runserver
Runs a lightweight built in http server for development.
 - Don't use this for production, it is neither scalable nor secure for this use.
 - If you run multiple servers simultaniously, you will need to assign each a unique port.
 - Use Ctrl-C or equivalent to stop the server when complete.

Examples:
 drush rs 8080                             Start runserver on 127.0.0.1, port 8080.                                                                             
 drush rs 10.0.0.28:80                     Start runserver on 10.0.0.28, port 80.                                                                               
 drush rs --php-cgi=php5-cgi --dns         Start runserver on localhost (using rDNS to determine binding IP), port 8888, and open /user in browser. Use         
 localhost:8888/user                       "php5-cgi" as the php-cgi binary.                                                                                    
 drush rs /                                Start runserver on default IP/port (127.0.0.1, port 8888), and open / in browser.                                    
 drush rs                                  Use a default (would be specified in your drushrc) that starts runserver on port 8080, and opens a browser to the    
 --default-server=127.0.0.1:8080/ -        front page. Set path to a single hyphen path in argument to prevent opening browser for this session.                
 drush rs --server=builtin :9000/admin     Start builtin php 5.4 runserver on 127.0.0.1, port 9000, and open /admin in browser. Note that you need a colon when 
                                           you specify port and path, but no IP.                                                                                


Arguments:
 addr:port/path                            Host IP address and port number to bind to and path to open in web browser. Format is addr:port/path, default 
                                           127.0.0.1:8888, all elements optional. See examples for shorthand.                                            


Options:
 --browser                                 If opening a web browser, which browser to user (defaults to operating system default).                              
 --default-server                          A default addr:port/path to use for any values not specified as an argument.                                         
 --dns                                     Resolve hostnames/IPs using DNS/rDNS (if possible) to determine binding IPs and/or human friendly hostnames for URLs 
                                           and browser.                                                                                                         
 --php-cgi                                 Name of the php-cgi binary. If it is not on your current $PATH you should include the full path. You can include     
                                           command line parameters to pass into php-cgi.                                                                        
 --server                                  Which http server to use - either: "cgi" for a CGI based httpserver (default, requires php 5.3 and php-cgi binary)   
                                           or "builtin" for php 5.4 built in http server.                                                                       
 --user                                    If opening a web browser, automatically log in as this user (user ID or username).                                   
 --variables                               Key-value array of variables to override in the $conf array for the running site. By default disables                
                                           drupal_http_request_fails to avoid errors on Windows (which supports only one connection at a time). Comma delimited 
                                           list of name=value pairs (or array in drushrc).                                                                      


Aliases: rs
field-clone
Clone a field and all its instances.

Examples:
 field-clone tags labels                   Copy 'tags' field into a new field 'labels' field which has same instances. 
 open `field-clone tags labels`            Clone field and then open field edit forms for refinement.                  


Arguments:
 source_field_name                         Name of field that will be cloned 
 target_field_name                         Name of new, cloned field.        


field-create
Create fields and instances. Returns urls for field editing.

Examples:
 drush field-create article                Define new article fields via interactive prompts.                      
 open `drush field-create article`         Define new article fields and then open field edit form for refinement. 
 drush field-create article                Create two new fields.                                                  
 city,text,text_textfield                                                                                          
 subtitle,text,text_textfield                                                                                      


Arguments:
 bundle                                    Content type (for nodes). Name of bundle to attach fields to. Required.                                              
 field_spec                                Comma delimited triple in the form: field_name,field_type,widget_name. If widget_name is omitted, the default widget 
                                           will be used. Separate multiple fields by space. If omitted, a wizard will prompt you.                               


Options:
 --entity_type                             Type of entity (e.g. node, user, comment). Defaults to node. 


field-delete
Delete a field and its instances.

Examples:
 field-delete city                         Delete the city field and any instances it might have. 
 field-delete city --bundle=article        Delete the city instance on the article bundle         


Arguments:
 field_name                                Name of field to delete. 


Options:
 --bundle                                  Only delete the instance attached to this bundle. If omitted, admin can choose to delete one instance or whole 
                                           field.                                                                                                         
 --entity_type                             Disambiguate a particular bundle from identically named bundles. Usually not needed.                           


field-info
View information about fields, field_types, and widgets.

Examples:
 field-info types                          Show a table which lists all field types and their available widgets 


Arguments:
 type                                      Recognized values: fields, types. If omitted, a choice list appears. 


Options:
 --pipe                                    Return field information table as CSV. 


field-update
Return URL for field editing web page.

Examples:
 field-update comment_body                 Quickly navigate to a field edit web page. 


Arguments:
 field_name                                Name of field that needs updating. 


pm-disable
Disable one or more extensions (modules or themes). Disable dependant extensions as well.

Arguments:
 extensions                                A list of modules or themes. You can use the * wildcard at the end of extension names to disable multiple matches. 


Aliases: dis
pm-download
Download Drupal core or projects from drupal.org (Drupal core, modules, themes or profiles) and other sources. It will automatically figure out which project
version you want based on its recommended release, or you may specify a particular version.

If no --destination is provided, then destination depends on the project type:
  - Profiles will be downloaded to profiles/ in your Drupal root.
  - Modules and themes will be downloaded to the site specific directory (sites/example.com/modules|themes) if available, or to sites/all/modules|themes.
  - If you're downloading drupal core or you are not running the command within a bootstrapped drupal site, the default location is the current directory.
  - Drush commands will be relocated to /usr/share/drush/commands (if available) or ~/.drush. Relocation is determined once the project is downloaded by
examining its content. Note you can provide your own function in a commandfile to determine the relocation of any project.

Examples:
 drush dl drupal                           Download latest recommended release of Drupal core.                                    
 drush dl drupal-7.x                       Download latest 7.x development version of Drupal core.                                
 drush dl drupal-6                         Download latest recommended release of Drupal 6.x.                                     
 drush dl cck zen                          Download latest versions of CCK and Zen projects.                                      
 drush dl og-1.3                           Download a specfic version of Organic groups module for my version of Drupal.          
 drush dl diff-6.x-2.x                     Download a specific development branch of diff module for a specific Drupal version.   
 drush dl views --select                   Show a list of recent releases of the views project, prompt for which one to download. 
 drush dl webform --dev                    Download the latest dev release of webform.                                            
 drush dl webform --cache                  Download webform. Fetch and populate the download cache as needed.                     


Arguments:
 projects                                  A comma delimited list of drupal.org project names, with optional version. Defaults to 'drupal' 


Options:
 --cache                                   Cache release XML and tarballs or git clones. Git clones use git's --reference option.                               
   --cache-duration-releasexml             Expire duration (in seconds) for release XML. Defaults to 86400 (24 hours).                                          
 --default-major=<6>                       Specify the default major version of modules to download when there is no bootstrapped Drupal site.  Defaults to     
                                           "7".                                                                                                                 
 --destination=                      Path to which the project will be copied. If you're providing a relative path, note it is relative to the drupal     
                                           root (if bootstrapped).                                                                                              
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                               
 --drupal-project-rename                   Alternate name for "drupal-x.y" directory when downloading Drupal project. Defaults to "drupal".                     
 --notes                                   Show release notes after each project is downloaded.                                                                 
 --pipe                                    Returns a list of the names of the extensions (modules and themes) contained in the downloaded projects.             
 --select                                  Select the version to download interactively from a list of available releases.                                      
   --all                                   Shows all available releases instead of a short list of recent releases.                                             
 --skip                                    Skip automatic downloading of libraries (c.f. devel).                                                                
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history.   
 --use-site-dir                            Force to use the site specific directory. It will create the directory if it doesn't exist. If --destination is also 
                                           present this option will be ignored.                                                                                 
 --variant=                          Only useful for install profiles. Possible values: 'full', 'projects', 'profile-only'.                               
 --package-handler=wget                    Default package_handler engine. Download project packages using wget or curl.                                        
 --package-handler=git_drupalorg           Use git.drupal.org to checkout and update projects.                                                                  
   --gitusername                           Your git username as shown on user/[uid]/edit/git. Typically, this is set this in drushrc.php. Omitting this         
                                           prevents users from pushing changes back to git.drupal.org.                                                          
   --gitsubmodule                          Use git submodules for checking out new projects. Existing git checkouts are unaffected, and will continue to (not)  
                                           use submodules regardless of this setting.                                                                           
     --gitsubmoduleaddparams               Add options to the `git submodule add` command.                                                                      
   --gitcheckoutparams                     Add options to the `git checkout` command.                                                                           
   --gitcloneparams                        Add options to the `git clone` command.                                                                              
   --gitfetchparams                        Add options to the `git fetch` command.                                                                              
   --gitpullparams                         Add options to the `git pull` command.                                                                               
   --gitinfofile                           Inject version info into each .info file.                                                                            
 --version-control=svn                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Subversion.                                                        
   --svnsync                               Automatically add new files to the SVN repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                                 
   --svncommit                             Automatically commit changes to SVN repository. You must also using the --svnsync option.                            
     --svnmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit:                       
   --svnstatusparams                       Add options to the 'svn status' command                                                                              
   --svnaddparams                          Add options to the `svn add` command                                                                                 
   --svnremoveparams                       Add options to the `svn remove` command                                                                              
   --svnrevertparams                       Add options to the `svn revert` command                                                                              
   --svncommitparams                       Add options to the `svn commit` command                                                                              
 --version-control=backup                  Default version_control engine. Backup all project files before updates.                                             
   --no-backup                             Do not perform backups.                                                                                              
   --backup-dir                            Specify a directory to backup projects into. Defaults to drush-backups within the home directory of the user running 
                                           the command. It is forbidden to specify a directory inside your drupal root.                                         
 --version-control=bzr                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Bazaar.                                                            
   --bzrsync                               Automatically add new files to the Bazaar repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                              
   --bzrcommit                             Automatically commit changes to Bazaar repository. You must also use the --bzrsync option.                           
     --bzrmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit. Project   Command:                                                                                                            


Aliases: dl
pm-enable
Enable one or more extensions (modules or themes). Enable dependant extensions as well.

Arguments:
 extensions                                A list of modules or themes. You can use the * wildcard at the end of extension names to enable all matches. 


Options:
 --resolve-dependencies                    Attempt to download any missing dependencies. At the moment, only works when the module name is the same as the 
                                           project name.                                                                                                   
 --skip                                    Skip automatic downloading of libraries (c.f. devel).                                                           


Aliases: en
pm-info
Show detailed info for one or more extensions (modules or themes).

Arguments:
 extensions                                A list of modules or themes. You can use the * wildcard at the end of extension names to show info for multiple 
                                           matches. If no argument is provided it will show info for all available extensions.                             


Aliases: pmi
pm-list
Show a list of available extensions (modules and themes).

Options:
 --core                                    Filter out extensions that are not in drupal core.                                                                  
 --no-core                                 Filter out extensions that are provided by drupal core.                                                             
 --package                                 Filter by project packages. You can use multiple comma separated values. (i.e. --package="Core - required,Other").  
 --pipe                                    Returns a whitespace delimited list of the names of the resulting extensions.                                       
 --status=                       Filter by extension status. Choices: enabled, disabled and/or 'not installed'. You can use multiple comma separated 
                                           values. (i.e. --status="disabled,not installed").                                                                   
 --type=                           Filter by extension type. Choices: module, theme.                                                                   


Aliases: pml
pm-refresh
Refresh update status information.

Aliases: rf
pm-releasenotes
Print release notes for given projects.

Examples:
 drush rln cck                             Prints the release notes for the recommended version of CCK project.                   
 drush rln token-1.13                      View release notes of a specfic version of the Token project for my version of Drupal. 
 drush rln pathauto zen                    View release notes for the recommended version of Pathauto and Zen projects.           


Arguments:
 projects                                  A list of project names, with optional version. Defaults to 'drupal' 


Options:
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                             
 --html                                    Display releasenotes in HTML rather than plain text.                                                               
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history. 


Aliases: rln
pm-releases
View all releases for a given drupal.org project. Useful for deciding which version to install/update.

Examples:
 drush pm-releases cck zen                 View releases for cck and Zen projects for your Drupal version. 


Arguments:
 projects                                  A list of drupal.org project names. Defaults to 'drupal' 


Options:
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                             
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history. 


Aliases: rl
pm-uninstall
Uninstall one or more modules.

Arguments:
 modules                                   A list of modules. 


pm-update
Display available update information for Drupal core and all enabled projects and allow updating to latest recommended releases. Also apply any database updates
required (same as pm-updatecode + updatedb). Note: The user is asked to confirm before the actual update. Backups are performed unless directory is already
under version control. Updated projects can potentially break your site. It is NOT recommended to update production sites without prior testing.

Arguments:
 projects                                  Optional. A list of installed projects to update. 


Options:
 --cache                                   Cache release XML and tarballs or git clones. Git clones use git's --reference option.                               
 --lock                                    Add a persistent lock to remove the specified projects from consideration during updates.  Locks may be removed with 
                                           the --unlock parameter, or overridden by specifically naming the project as a parameter to pm-update or              
                                           pm-updatecode.  The lock does not affect pm-download.  See also the update-advanced project for similar and improved 
                                           functionality.                                                                                                       
   --lock-message=                A brief message explaining why a project is being locked; displayed during pm-updatecode.  Optional.                 
   --unlock                                Remove the persistent lock from the specified projects so that they may be updated again.                            
 --no-core                                 Only update modules and skip the core update.                                                                        
 --notes                                   Show release notes for each project to be updated.                                                                   
 --pipe                                    Returns a whitespace delimited list of projects with any of its extensions enabled and their respective version and  
                                           update information, one project per line. Order: project name, current version, recommended version, update status.  
 --security-only                           Only update modules that have security updates available. However, if there were other releases of a module between  
                                           the installed version the security update, other changes to features or functionality may occur.                     
 --package-handler=wget                    Default package_handler engine. Download project packages using wget or curl.                                        
 --package-handler=git_drupalorg           Use git.drupal.org to checkout and update projects.                                                                  
   --gitusername                           Your git username as shown on user/[uid]/edit/git. Typically, this is set this in drushrc.php. Omitting this         
                                           prevents users from pushing changes back to git.drupal.org.                                                          
   --gitsubmodule                          Use git submodules for checking out new projects. Existing git checkouts are unaffected, and will continue to (not)  
                                           use submodules regardless of this setting.                                                                           
     --gitsubmoduleaddparams               Add options to the `git submodule add` command.                                                                      
   --gitcheckoutparams                     Add options to the `git checkout` command.                                                                           
   --gitcloneparams                        Add options to the `git clone` command.                                                                              
   --gitfetchparams                        Add options to the `git fetch` command.                                                                              
   --gitpullparams                         Add options to the `git pull` command.                                                                               
   --gitinfofile                           Inject version info into each .info file.                                                                            
 --version-control=backup                  Default version_control engine. Backup all project files before updates.                                             
   --no-backup                             Do not perform backups.                                                                                              
   --backup-dir                            Specify a directory to backup projects into. Defaults to drush-backups within the home directory of the user running 
                                           the command. It is forbidden to specify a directory inside your drupal root.                                         
 --version-control=bzr                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Bazaar.                                                            
   --bzrsync                               Automatically add new files to the Bazaar repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                              
   --bzrcommit                             Automatically commit changes to Bazaar repository. You must also use the --bzrsync option.                           
     --bzrmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit. Project   Command:                                                                                                            
 --version-control=svn                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Subversion.                                                        
   --svnsync                               Automatically add new files to the SVN repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                                 
   --svncommit                             Automatically commit changes to SVN repository. You must also using the --svnsync option.                            
     --svnmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit:                       
   --svnstatusparams                       Add options to the 'svn status' command                                                                              
   --svnaddparams                          Add options to the `svn add` command                                                                                 
   --svnremoveparams                       Add options to the `svn remove` command                                                                              
   --svnrevertparams                       Add options to the `svn revert` command                                                                              
   --svncommitparams                       Add options to the `svn commit` command                                                                              


Topics:
 docs-policy                               Example policy file. 


Aliases: up
pm-updatecode
Display available update information for Drupal core and all enabled projects and allow updating to latest recommended releases. Note: The user is asked to
confirm before the actual update. Backups are performed unless directory is already under version control. Updated projects can potentially break your site. It
is NOT recommended to update production sites without prior testing.

Arguments:
 projects                                  Optional. A list of installed projects to update. 


Options:
 --cache                                   Cache release XML and tarballs or git clones. Git clones use git's --reference option.                               
 --lock                                    Add a persistent lock to remove the specified projects from consideration during updates.  Locks may be removed with 
                                           the --unlock parameter, or overridden by specifically naming the project as a parameter to pm-update or              
                                           pm-updatecode.  The lock does not affect pm-download.  See also the update-advanced project for similar and improved 
                                           functionality.                                                                                                       
   --lock-message=                A brief message explaining why a project is being locked; displayed during pm-updatecode.  Optional.                 
   --unlock                                Remove the persistent lock from the specified projects so that they may be updated again.                            
 --no-core                                 Only update modules and skip the core update.                                                                        
 --notes                                   Show release notes for each project to be updated.                                                                   
 --pipe                                    Returns a whitespace delimited list of projects with any of its extensions enabled and their respective version and  
                                           update information, one project per line. Order: project name, current version, recommended version, update status.  
 --security-only                           Only update modules that have security updates available. However, if there were other releases of a module between  
                                           the installed version the security update, other changes to features or functionality may occur.                     
 --package-handler=wget                    Default package_handler engine. Download project packages using wget or curl.                                        
 --package-handler=git_drupalorg           Use git.drupal.org to checkout and update projects.                                                                  
   --gitusername                           Your git username as shown on user/[uid]/edit/git. Typically, this is set this in drushrc.php. Omitting this         
                                           prevents users from pushing changes back to git.drupal.org.                                                          
   --gitsubmodule                          Use git submodules for checking out new projects. Existing git checkouts are unaffected, and will continue to (not)  
                                           use submodules regardless of this setting.                                                                           
     --gitsubmoduleaddparams               Add options to the `git submodule add` command.                                                                      
   --gitcheckoutparams                     Add options to the `git checkout` command.                                                                           
   --gitcloneparams                        Add options to the `git clone` command.                                                                              
   --gitfetchparams                        Add options to the `git fetch` command.                                                                              
   --gitpullparams                         Add options to the `git pull` command.                                                                               
   --gitinfofile                           Inject version info into each .info file.                                                                            
 --version-control=backup                  Default version_control engine. Backup all project files before updates.                                             
   --no-backup                             Do not perform backups.                                                                                              
   --backup-dir                            Specify a directory to backup projects into. Defaults to drush-backups within the home directory of the user running 
                                           the command. It is forbidden to specify a directory inside your drupal root.                                         
 --version-control=bzr                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Bazaar.                                                            
   --bzrsync                               Automatically add new files to the Bazaar repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                              
   --bzrcommit                             Automatically commit changes to Bazaar repository. You must also use the --bzrsync option.                           
     --bzrmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit. Project   Command:                                                                                                            
 --version-control=svn                     Quickly add/remove/commit your project changes to Subversion.                                                        
   --svnsync                               Automatically add new files to the SVN repository and remove deleted files. Caution.                                 
   --svncommit                             Automatically commit changes to SVN repository. You must also using the --svnsync option.                            
     --svnmessage                          Override default commit message which is: Drush automatic commit:                       
   --svnstatusparams                       Add options to the 'svn status' command                                                                              
   --svnaddparams                          Add options to the `svn add` command                                                                                 
   --svnremoveparams                       Add options to the `svn remove` command                                                                              
   --svnrevertparams                       Add options to the `svn revert` command                                                                              
   --svncommitparams                       Add options to the `svn commit` command                                                                              


Topics:
 docs-policy                               Example policy file. 


Aliases: upc
sql-cli
Open a SQL command-line interface using Drupal's credentials.

Options:
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.               
 --db-url=                                                                                                                            


Aliases: sqlc
sql-connect
A string for connecting to the DB.

Examples:
 `drush sql-connect` < example.sql         Import sql statements from a file into the current database. 


Options:
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.               
 --db-url=                                                                                                                            


sql-create
Create a database.

Examples:
 drush sql-create                          Create the database for the current site.              
 drush @site.test sql-create               Create the database as specified for @site.test.       
 drush sql-create --db-su=root             Create the database as specified in the db-url option. 
 --db-su-pw=rootpassword                                                                          
 --db-url="mysql://drupal_db_user:drupal_                                                         
 db_password@127.0.0.1/drupal_db"                                                                 


Options:
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.               
 --db-su                                   Account to use when creating a new database. Optional.                             
 --db-su-pw                                Password for the "db-su" account. Optional.                                        
 --db-url=                                                                                                                            


sql-drop
Drop all tables in a given database.

Options:
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.               
 --db-url=                                                                                                                            
 --result-file=             Save to a file. The file should be relative to Drupal root. Recommended.           
 --yes                                     Skip confirmation and proceed.                                                     


Topics:
 docs-policy                               Example policy file. 


sql-dump
Exports the Drupal DB as SQL using mysqldump or equivalent.

Examples:
 drush sql-dump --result-file=../18.sql    Save SQL dump to the directory above Drupal root. 
 drush sql-dump --skip-tables-key=common   Skip standard tables. @see example.drushrc.php    


Options:
 --data-only                               Dump data without statements to create any of the schema.                                                           
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.                                                
 --db-url=                                                                                                                                                             
 --gzip                                    Compress the dump using the gzip program which must be in your $PATH.                                               
 --ordered-dump                            Order by primary key and add line breaks for efficient diff in revision control. Also, faster rsync. Slows down the 
                                           dump. Mysql only.                                                                                                   
 --result-file=[/path/to/file]             Save to a file. The file should be relative to Drupal root. If --result-file is provided with no value, then date   
                                           based filename will be created under ~/drush-backups directory.                                                     
 --skip-tables-key                         A key in the $skip_tables array. @see example.drushrc.php. Optional.                                                
 --structure-tables-key                    A key in the $structure_tables array. @see example.drushrc.php. Optional.                                           
 --tables-key                              A key in the $tables array. Optional.                                                                               
 --tables-list                             A comma-separated list of tables to transfer. Optional.                                                             


sql-query
Execute a query against the site database.

Examples:
 drush sql-query "SELECT * FROM users      Browse user record. Table prefixes, if used, must be added to table names by hand.                               
 WHERE uid=1"                                                                                                                                               
 drush sql-query --db-prefix "SELECT *     Browse user record. Table prefixes are honored.  Caution: curly-braces will be stripped from all portions of the 
 FROM {users} WHERE uid=1"                 query.                                                                                                           
 `drush sql-connect` < example.sql         Import sql statements from a file into the current database.                                                     
 drush sql-query --file=example.sql        Alternate way to import sql statements from a file.                                                              


Arguments:
 query                                     An SQL query. Ignored if 'file' is provided. 


Options:
 --database=                        The DB connection key if using multiple connections in settings.php.               
 --db-prefix                               Enable replacement of braces in your query.                                        
 --db-url=                                                                                                                            
 --extra                                   Add custom options to the mysql command.                                           
 --file                                    Path to a file containing the SQL to be run.                                       
 --result-file=             Save to a file. The file should be relative to Drupal root. Optional.              


Aliases: sqlq
sql-sync
Copy and import source database to target database. Transfers via rsync.

Examples:
 drush sql-sync @prod @dev                 Copy the DB defined in sites/prod to the DB in sites/dev. 


Arguments:
 from                                      Name of subdirectory within /sites or a site-alias. 
 to                                        Name of subdirectory within /sites or a site-alias. 


Options:
 --cache                                   Skip dump if result file exists and is less than "cache" hours old. Optional; default is 24 hours.                   
 --create-db                               Create a new database before importing the database dump on the target machine.                                      
 --db-su=                            Account to use when creating a new database. Optional.                                                               
 --db-su-pw=                         Password for the "db-su" account. Optional.                                                                          
 --dump-dir                                Directory to store sql dump files in when --source-dump or --target-dump are not used.  Takes precedence over        
                                           --temp.                                                                                                              
 --no-cache                                Do not cache the sql-dump file.                                                                                      
 --no-dump                                 Do not dump the sql database; always use an existing dump file.                                                      
 --no-ordered-dump                         Do not pass --ordered-dump to sql-dump.  sql-sync orders the dumpfile by default in order to increase the efficiency 
                                           of rsync.                                                                                                            
 --sanitize                                Obscure email addresses and reset passwords in the user table post-sync. Optional.                                   
   --sanitize-password                     The password to assign to all accounts in the sanitization operation, or "no" to keep passwords unchanged.  Default  
                                           is "password".                                                                                                       
   --sanitize-email                        The pattern for test email addresses in the sanitization operation, or "no" to keep email addresses unchanged.  May  
                                           contain replacement patterns %uid, %mail or %name.  Default is "user+%uid@localhost".                                
   --confirm-sanitizations                 Prompt yes/no after importing the database, but before running the sanitizations                                     
 --skip-tables-key                         A key in the $skip_tables array. @see example.drushrc.php. Optional.                                                 
 --source-db-url                           Database specification for source system to dump from.                                                               
 --source-dump                             Path to dump file. Optional; default is to create a temporary file.                                                  
 --source-remote-host                      Remote machine to run sql-dump file on. Optional; default is local machine.                                          
 --source-remote-port                      Override sql database port number in source-db-url. Optional.                                                        
 --source-target                           Oy. A key within the --target_database identifying a particular server in the database group.                        
 --structure-tables-key                    A key in the $structure_tables array. @see example.drushrc.php. Optional.                                            
 --tables-key                              A key in the $tables array. Optional.                                                                                
 --tables-list                             A comma-separated list of tables to transfer. Optional.                                                              
 --target-database                         A key in the $db_url (D6) or $databases (D7+) array which shall receive the data.                                    
 --target-db-url                                                                                                                                                
 --target-dump                                                                                                                                                  
 --target-remote-host                                                                                                                                           
 --target-remote-port                                                                                                                                           
 --target-target                           Oy. A key within the --target_database identifying a particular server in the database group.                        
 --temp                                    Use a temporary file to hold dump files.  Implies --no-cache.                                                        


Topics:
 docs-aliases                              Site aliases overview on creating your own aliases for commonly used Drupal sites with examples from                
                                           example.aliases.drushrc.php.                                                                                        
 docs-policy                               Example policy file.                                                                                                
 docs-example-sync-via-http                Example Drush commandfile that extends sql-sync to allow transfer of the sql dump file via http rather than ssh and 
                                           rsync.                                                                                                              
 docs-example-sync-extension               Example Drush commandfile that extends sql-sync to enable development modules in the post-sync hook.                


user-add-role
Add a role to the specified user accounts.

Examples:
 drush user-add-role "power user" 5,user3  Add the "power user" role to the accounts with name, id, or email 5 or user3, uids 2 and 3, names someguy and 
 --uid=2,3 --name=someguy,somegal          somegal, and email address of billgates@microsoft.com                                                         
 --mail=billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                                                          


Arguments:
 role                                      The name of the role to add                                                
 users                                     (optional) A comma delimited list of uids, user names, or email addresses. 


Options:
 --mail                                    A comma delimited list of user mail addresses 
 --name                                    A comma delimited list of user names          
 --uid                                     A comma delimited list of uids                


Aliases: urol
user-block
Block the specified user(s).

Examples:
 drush user-block 5,user3 --uid=2,3  Block the users with name, id, or email 5 or user3, uids 2 and 3, names someguy and somegal, and email address of 
 --name=someguy,somegal              billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                           
 --mail=billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                                                        


Arguments:
 users                                     A comma delimited list of uids, user names, or email addresses. 


Options:
 --mail                                    A comma delimited list of user mail addresses to block 
 --name                                    A comma delimited list of user names to block          
 --uid                                     A comma delimited list of uids to block                


Aliases: ublk
user-cancel
Cancel a user account with the specified name.

Examples:
 drush user-cancel username                Cancel the user account with the name username and anonymize all content created by that user. 


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of the account to cancel 


Options:
 --delete-content                          Instead of re-assigning content from the cancelled user to user ID 1, delete it. 


Aliases: ucan
user-create
Create a user account with the specified name.

Examples:
 drush user-create newuser    Create a new user account with the name newuser, the email address person@example.com, and the password letmein 
 --mail="person@example.com"                                                                                                                  
 --password="letmein"                                                                                                                         


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of the account to add 


Options:
 --mail                                    The email address for the new account 
 --password                                The password for the new account      


Aliases: ucrt
user-information
Print information about the specified user(s).

Examples:
 drush user-information                    Display information about any users with uids, names, or mail addresses matching the strings between commas. 
 2,3,someguy,somegal,billgates@microsoft.                                                                                                               
 com                                                                                                                                                    


Arguments:
 users                                     A comma delimited list of uids, user names, or email addresses. 


Options:
 --full                                    show extended information about the user                    
 --short                                   show basic information about the user (this is the default) 


Aliases: uinf
user-login
Display a one time login link for the given user account (defaults to uid 1).

Examples:
 drush user-login ryan                     Displays a one-time login link for the user ryan. 
 open `drush user-login ryan`              Open web browser and login as user ryan.          


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of the account to log in as. Leave it empty to log in as uid 1. 


Aliases: uli
user-password
(Re)Set the password for the user account with the specified name.

Examples:
 drush user-password someuser       Set the password for the username someuser. @see xkcd.com/936 
 --password="correct horse battery                                                                
 staple"                                                                                          


Arguments:
 name                                      The name of the account to modify. 


Options:
 --password=                          The new password for the account. Required. 


Aliases: upwd
user-remove-role
Remove a role from the specified user accounts.

Examples:
 drush user-remove-role "power user"       Remove the "power user" role from the accounts with name, id, or email 5 or user3, uids 2 and 3, names someguy and 
 5,user3 --uid=2,3 --name=someguy,somegal  somegal, and email address of billgates@microsoft.com                                                              
 --mail=billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                                                               


Arguments:
 role                                      The name of the role to remove                                             
 users                                     (optional) A comma delimited list of uids, user names, or email addresses. 


Options:
 --mail                                    A comma delimited list of user mail addresses 
 --name                                    A comma delimited list of user names          
 --uid                                     A comma delimited list of uids                


Aliases: urrol
user-unblock
Unblock the specified user(s).

Examples:
 drush user-unblock 5,user3 --uid=2,3  Unblock the users with name, id, or email 5 or user3, uids 2 and 3, names someguy and somegal, and email address of 
 --name=someguy,somegal                billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                             
 --mail=billgates@microsoft.com                                                                                                                            


Arguments:
 users                                     A comma delimited list of uids, user names, or email addresses. 


Options:
 --mail                                    A comma delimited list of user mail addresses to unblock 
 --name                                    A comma delimited list of user names to unblock          
 --uid                                     A comma delimited list of uids to unblock                


Aliases: uublk
make
Turns a makefile into a Drupal codebase. For a full description of options and makefile syntax, see docs/make.txt and examples/example.make.

Examples:
 drush make example.make example           Build the example.make makefile in the example directory.        
 drush make --no-core                      Build an installation profile within an existing Drupal site     
 --contrib-destination=.                                                                                    
 installprofile.make                                                                                        
 drush make                                Build the remote example.make makefile in the example directory. 
 http://example.com/example.make example                                                                    


Arguments:
 makefile                                  Filename of the makefile to use for this build. 
 build path                                The path at which to build the makefile.        


Options:
 --concurrency=<1>                         Limits the number of concurrent projects that will be processed at the same time. The default is 4.                
 --contrib-destination                     Specify a path under which modules and themes should be placed. Defaults to sites/all.                             
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                             
 --download-mechanism                      How to download files. Should be autodetected, but this is an override if it doesn't work. Options are "curl" and  
                                           "make" (a native download method).                                                                                 
 --force-complete                          Force a complete build even if errors occur.                                                                       
 --ignore-checksums                        Ignore md5 checksums for downloads.                                                                                
 --libraries                               Restrict the make to this comma-separated list of libraries. To specify all libraries, pass *.                     
 --make-update-default-url                 The default location to load the XML update information from.                                                      
 --md5=[print]                             Output an md5 hash of the current build after completion. Use --md5=print to print to stdout.                      
 --no-cache                                Do not use the pm-download caching (defaults to cache enabled).                                                    
 --no-clean                                Leave temporary build directories in place instead of cleaning up after completion.                                
 --no-core                                 Do not require a Drupal core project to be specified.                                                              
 --no-gitinfofile                          Do not modify .info files when cloning from Git.                                                                   
 --no-patch-txt                            Do not write a PATCHES.txt file in the directory of each patched project.                                          
 --prepare-install                         Prepare the built site for installation. Generate a properly permissioned settings.php and files directory.        
 --projects                                Restrict the make to this comma-separated list of projects. To specify all projects, pass *.                       
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history. 
 --tar                                     Generate a tar archive of the build. The output filename will be [build path].tar.gz.                              
 --test                                    Run a temporary test build and clean up.                                                                           
 --translations                            Retrieve translations for the specified comma-separated list of language(s) if available for all projects.         
 --version                                 Print the make API version and exit.                                                                               
 --working-copy                            Preserves VCS directories, like .git, for projects downloaded using such methods.                                  


Topics:
 docs-make                                 Drush Make overview with examples 
 docs-make-example                         Drush Make example makefile       


make-generate
Generate a makefile from the current Drupal site, specifying project version numbers unless not known or otherwise specified. Unversioned projects will be
interpreted later by drush make as "most recent stable release"

Examples:
 drush generate-makefile example.make      Generate a makefile with ALL projects versioned (should a project have a known version number) 
 drush generate-makefile example.make      Generate a makefile with NO projects versioned                                                 
 --exclude-versions                                                                                                                       
 drush generate-makefile example.make      Generate a makefile with ALL projects versioned EXCEPT core, Views and CCK                     
 --exclude-versions=drupal,views,cck                                                                                                      
 drush generate-makefile example.make      Generate a makefile with NO projects versioned EXCEPT Admin Menu, OG and CTools.               
 --include-versions=admin_menu,og,ctools                                                                                                  
 (--exclude-versions)                                                                                                                     


Options:
 --dev                                     Work with development releases solely.                                                                             
 --exclude-versions                        Exclude all version numbers (default is include all version numbers) or optionally specify a list of projects to   
                                           exclude from versioning                                                                                            
 --include-versions                        Include a specific list of projects, while all other projects remain unversioned in the makefile (so implies       
                                           --exclude-versions)                                                                                                
 --source                                  The base URL which provides project release history in XML. Defaults to http://updates.drupal.org/release-history. 


Aliases: generate-makefile

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