Applying Updates and Patches

When viewing a site, you'll see separate tabs for modules and themes. Click on the name of the corresponding module/theme to access any available updates and follow the instructions to update.

The “Project Information” expander provides useful information about the module/theme such as corresponding module package, status, description, and filename.

After updating a module on your site, the Tag1 Quo site will update to reflect a new status during the next scheduled cron run. You can also send an update manually from admin/settings/tag1quo/status on your Drupal 6 site and then refresh the Tag1 Quo site to see updated status immediately.

Applying Tag1 Quo Pre-Patched Releases

By default, Tag1 Quo will notify you and provide a link to a pre-packaged release when there is an applicable security update to one of your installed Drupal projects. Use the direct link to the Tag1 Quo pre-packaged release to secure your site, updating the applicable module or theme following your normal update process.

Applying Tag1 Quo Patches

If you prefer to apply patches (vs. pre-packaged releases) to known security issues with your Drupal projects, you can set this preference in your user account profile. Navigate to "My Account" > "Edit" and select "Patches" from the "Updates" drop down at the bottom of the page and click save. You will now receive notifications and links to patches that address relevant security issues.

For general information on applying patches in Drupal, see https://www.drupal.org/patch/apply.

Help Topics:

  1. Getting Started
  2. Dashboard
  3. Viewing Site Details
  4. Applying Patches and Updates
  5. Reviewing Updates Across Multiple Sites
  6. Troubleshooting
  7. Frequently Asked Questions