I am trying to update my drupal 7.31 core to 7.32 via Drush.
I ran the following commands
$ drush pm-releases
Project Release Date Status drupal 7.x-dev 2014-Oct-15 Development drupal 7.32 2014-Oct-15 Supported, Recommended, Security drupal 7.31 2014-Aug-06 Security
After the above command i ran the following:
$ drush pm-update drupal
Update information last refreshed: Thu, 10/16/2014 - 07:33 Name Installed Version Proposed version Message Drupal 7.31 7.31 Unknown No code updates available.
so i ran the following command:
$ drush pm-update drupal-7.32
Update information last refreshed: Thu, 10/16/2014 - 07:33 Name Installed Version Proposed version Message drupal-7.32 Unknown Unknown Specified version not found No code updates available.
Here are the versions for drush and composer. Both are to the latest versions.
$ drush version
Drush Version : 7.0-dev
Composer version 1.0-dev
will refresh the available releases and at that point you should be able to run
drush up drupal.
The solution offered by Danny Englander worked.
Restarting mysql server did the trick.
I have the same problem. Can't get to update list of modules and core. Tried CC, cache_update truncate. Well everything I could come up with and still nothing. What is strange is that on localhost is where I get this, on remote server it is ok.
So I fixed it somehow with disabling and uninstaling update manager and installing it again.
I also had the same problem.
Restarting MySQL server didn't work for me.
Disabling update manager, uninstalling it and then re-enabling it worked for me.
$ drush -y dis update $ drush -y pm-uninstall update $ drush -y en update
First of all execute:
drush pm-releases drupal
Then you should see all tag names like this:
Project Release Date Status drupal 7.38 2015-Jun-17 Supported, Recommended, Security, Installed drupal 7.x-dev 2015-Jun-17 Development
Now you can get Project name and Release number like this 'drupal-7.38' and execute this to force update to that release:
drush dl drupal-7.38
You can even choose a development version of update by write the development release number.
This also work with update modules. If you need to force update for a module like ctools for a dev release you can execute:
drush dl ctools-7.x-1.x-dev
Enjoy drush <3
Using Acquia Dev Desktop and having the same problem trying to update to 7.56. But, NONE of the above options worked.
I typed Drush rf and tried... nope I uninstalled updates module, then tried... nope. I typed drush dl drupal-7.56 and it gives an error saying I cannot download core into a folder with existing core files
Any other suggestions?
I don't see an option to restart Mysql in Acquia dev desktop