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I want to automate the removal of households from CiviCRM, right after it has been installed via Aegir on Drupal 7.

I implemented my post_provision_install hook, but it runs before the same hook of Hosting CiviCRM module, means before the install of the CiviCRM module.

How can I change the calling order of the post_provision_install hooks in this particular case?

Or how can be an post_hosting_install_task hook implemented and called?

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You could perhaps do this with a CiviCRM extension rather than a Drupal module so you are sure it is only executed once CiviCRM is installed? Not sure if it is possible in your scenario.

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  • Thx, will check it. I have Drupal profile, not a module, not sure if it make any difference. – Doka Feb 19 at 13:51
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    The solution to automate the removal of households from CiviCRM was to implement the Drupal hook of hook_modules_installed in the .install file of my Drupal profile. – Doka Feb 21 at 12:01

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