Hi every body, the situation is that I’ have installed a centos 7 server with apache 2.4, php 7.4, and postgresql 9.6, na my OJS current version is 188.8.131.52, I started backing up files directory, database, public directory, pluggins directory and html structure. I found this guide official guide, but I need to go step by step, I can’t go directly to latest version
Could someone help me with the right process o could share the link where is the topic?, when I run check tool, I got the message.
Code version: 184.108.40.206
Database version: 220.127.116.11
Latest version: 18.104.22.168
So, I don’t need to get latest version now, I need first to upgrade code and database version to 22.214.171.124 and after that, all to 126.96.36.199 version, and next jump to 188.8.131.52 and finally to the latest version.
Any clue could help me to solve it, I appreciate any help.
Some fellows reported no problem upgrading from 3.1.2 directly to 3.3.0-11, but I recommend a “pit-stop” in 3.2.1-4 (or stable-3.2.1 if you prefer).
This is the recommended way suggested in the section “Upgrading from 2.x” of the howto you linked:
Thank you for your reply, but I had some trouble when I was following that guide, when I run the upgrade tools I got a message error with data base updrade process, the message says serial doesn’t exist, and that’s starting the upgrade process.
I can’t understand what’s the mean of that message.
I installed on CentOS server, with apache 2.4 and postgresql 9.6,
Sorry @jarulin but what exactly did the message say?
Anyway… if you have problems jumping from 3.1 directly to 3.3 I would suggest you to recover your backup and try again to move first to 3.2.1-4 and then to 3.3.0-11.
@marc thanks for your reply, I’ve could to get a some steps more, but now the platform is showing 301 html error or sometimes error 500 for example when I try to access to admin section I got error 500, I saw on error log, I found that some resources was moved (301), I guess thats because the platform is searching resources on cache?, it could be?