Drupal 7-admin - Check the site's status

  • Navigate to the Status report page by going to Reports > Status report through the admin toolbar at the top of the page to get an overview of your site's current status.
  • Items with a red background are issues that need immediate attention (see Reports for more information). An example of this would be a required security update for Drupal core or an installed module, or an unprotected settings.php file.
  • The Status report page may also indicate that "Cron has not run" and give you an option for running it manually.
  • Cron.php is a script that needs to be run regularly for your site to continue to function properly. See Configuring cron jobs for information on how to have your system automatically run the cron script.
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