November 2022 Changelog
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Drupal 9.4.8 is available for production sites. This is a patch (bugfix) release of Drupal 9 and is ready for use on production sites. Drupal 9.4.x will receive security coverage until June 2023 when Drupal 10.1.0 is released.
Drupal 9.3.22 is available for production sites and includes backwards-compatible improvements. Drupal 9.3 was released in December 2021. From Drupal 9.3, PHP version 8.0 or higher is recommended; PHP 7.3 and higher remains supported. Drupal 9.3.x will receive security coverage until December 8, 2022 when Drupal 9.5.0 is released.
Drupal 9 sites on Pantheon use Integrated Composer, enabling one-click core updates through the Dashboard. To check for available updates, click Check Now from the site Dashboard Dev tab.
WordPress 6.1 is currently available on the Pantheon platform. WordPress 6.1 refines the site-building experience and allows users to interact with enhancements that continue to make site creation more intuitive while pushing creative boundaries. For more information on the general updates, status reports, and the occasional code changes, check out the version 6.1 release status page.
Product and Features Updates
The Deactivate Autopilot feature is now available. You can now remove sites from your Autopilot-enabled list and ensure Autopilot is not used on sites that are incompatible.
The Workspace Index Service (WIS) is officially in Early Access. WIS aggregates sites from different site providers. This allows for better performance on site listings in the New Dashboard.
Account Management Guide - Learn how to set up teams, use dashboards, and how billing works. Develop an organization plan and administer your Pantheon platform with our account management documentation.
Log Files on Pantheon - Log files track and record your site's activity to help you find, debug, and isolate current or potential problems on your site. Each environment has individual log files which can be obtained using SFTP. Additionally, application-level logs can be accessed directly through Drupal. For more information on using log files and for answers to frequently asked questions about log files, check out our documentation.