Update Drupal to 8.8.1 from 8.7.3

First, see what might be in the way of the update

composer prohibits drupal/core:8.8.1
drupal/core    8.8.1  requires          typo3/phar-stream-wrapper (^3.1.3)              
drupal/drupal  -      requires          typo3/phar-stream-wrapper (^2.1.1)              
drupal/core    8.8.1  requires          doctrine/annotations (^1.4)                     
drupal/drupal  -      does not require  doctrine/annotations (but v1.2.7 is installed) 

So, I tried

Drupal drush updb gives asset_injector error for normalizeUri

When I update the database with

drush8 updb

I’m getting

Call to undefined method Drupal\Core\StreamWrapper\StreamWrapperManager::normalizeUri() in /var/www/devcourts4sports/modules/contrib/asset_injector/asset_injector.install on line 16 


Which says “When using drupal 8.7 or earlier please use version 2.4 of this module”

Drupal 8 recover after composer update

I ran a composer update

composer update --dry-run
composer update

There were lots of projects to be updated.

I had a db back and a configuration export just in case.

The site did not come back up.

I checked the apache error logs for the site and found that there was an error with menu_trail_by_path discussed here:


Missing required keys (core) in masquerade.info.yml

Drupal 8

Clear the cache

drush8 cr


Drupal\Core\Extension\InfoParserException: Missing required keys (core) in modules/contrib/masquerade/masquerade.info.yml in

Found this


Edited the masquerade.info.yml file and added

core: 8.x

to end

This allowed the drush cr to complete


Reset Drupal 8 content type display format

Let's say you've made changes to your content type display format (such as the default display mode) and now it will not render (times out).

How do you reset it?

This requires that you have a backup prior to your display format changes that are now not working.

Revert to a prior backup.

Export a single item


Select Entity view display 

Choose your content type and display mode.

Experian customer service number

So, you need help logging in to your Experian.com account.

The Contact Us page directs you to 479-343-6239.

Unfortunately, that number is a menu tree that’s essentially the same as the website. If the issue you have is that you don’t have access to the email address associated with your account, then neither the website nor that number will help, and there is no option to speak to a person on that number.


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