Upgrading From v1.3.0-RC-2 to v1.3.5
xcvtop last edited by xcvtop
- FOG Version: 1.3.0-RC-2
- OS: Ubuntu (Debian) 14.04 LTS
- Service Version: N/A
- OS: N/A
Hi we are currently running fog 1.3.0-RC-2 and are looking to update to 1.3.5.
My questions are
Can we do a straight upgrade to 1.3.5?
and does Ubuntu need to be fully up to date before we upgrade Fog?
Thanks in advance
xcvtop last edited by
Thanks ill create a checkpoint before i do the upgrade any way but ill give it a go today.
no, when you upgrade to git trunk you will be on the master branch which is at 1.3.5
to get to 1.4.0 RC1 you would have to checkout the dev-branch
git checkout dev-branch
irishfoguser last edited by
if you ran the trunk upgrade would it not bring you to v1.4.0 RC1?
@xcvtop Its best practices to keep your OS up to date, always.
With that said, going from 1.3.0 to 1.3.5 did not add any additional system requirements.
Yes you can go directly from a previous version (within reason 1.1.0>1.3.5) with the “upgrade to trunk method” The name is a bit dated but the process is the same. https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Upgrade_to_trunk
Your FOG server needs internet access during the upgrade process only. Once the upgrade is done that access can be removed (if not normally granted).