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Drupal 8 Performance Test

This is a link to a blog post to perform a performance test Drupal 8 written by Darrell Ulm with Drush and the Drupal site_audit module from May of 2016 .

So the basic idea is in Drupal 8 the same Drush utility, site_audit, can be used to figure out all kinds of things how your install is working. We can check for best practices, caching, unused content types, and stats on the database.  We can also look at what modules are installed, a security overview, users, views, and Drupal Watchdog entries.

This is a pretty useful module, and much or more of the reporting is likely available for the major Drupal hosting platforms.

It's safe to say than using this module for most any Drupal site is a good idea to profile the site for any issues, performance, or otherwise, virtually an auto-include.

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Darrell Ulm Git Hub Profile Page

This is the software development profile page of Darrell Ulm for GitHub including projects and code for these languages C, C++, PHP, ASM, C#, Unity3d and others.


Here is the link: https://github.com/drulm

The content can be found at these other sites: Profile, Wordpress, and Tumblr.

Certainly we're seeing more and more projects on Github or moving there and wondering how much of the software project domain they currently have percentage-wise.