Here are some key entry points: What follows is my specific journey and you should return to the main documentation when upgrading your own site.Full documentation for Drush is available at Read the Docs.It means you need two databases, the D6 database and the D8 database.There’s a lot of documentation on running Migrations available on The command and sped up the migration considerably.I was reminded of this, too, after running my first migration: There might be PHP in blocks, nodes, or comments that are best found and addressed before upgrading.The views subsystem/module did not restrict access to the Ajax endpoint to only views configured to use Ajax.
There’s no more running and rerunning the monolithic update.php!
This only affects entities that do not use or do not have UUIDs, and entities that have different access restrictions on different revisions of the same entity.
Versions affected Drupal 7 core is not affected, however, Drupal 7 Views is: see Views - Moderately Critical - Access Bypass - DRUPAL-SA-CONTRIB-2017-068 Also see the Drupal core project page.
Read on for details of the security vulnerabilities that were fixed in this release.
Description Views - Access Bypass - Moderately Critical - Drupal 8 - CVE-2017-6923 When creating a view, you can optionally use Ajax to update the displayed data via filter parameters.