4th January 2016
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Get a list of installed Magento patches single SSH command

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All Magento patches that have been installed successfully are logged into app/etc/applied.patches.list file. You can just open this file in your favourite text editor to find out all installed patches and changed files or change directory via SSH to your Magento root and run the following command:

grep -F '|' app/etc/applied.patches.list|cut -f 2 -d'|'

 

 

 

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At heart, I am a geek. I started building websites at the age of 11 and have grown from a freelancer to running three successful web agencies located in Tamworth, Cardiff and Surrey, primarily through word-of-mouth. I love web design, and I like to think that it shows in our work. My specialities lie in bespoke web development, security testing and server management but I have a passionate team around me to complete the whole package and make our businesses the number one choice.

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