[Koha] new server
gmc at esilibrary.com
Thu Oct 20 05:09:57 NZDT 2011
On 10/19/2011 12:00 PM, Rachel Hollis wrote:
> Greetings colleagues, I've got a new 64bit server to replace the 32bit production server. What would be the best way to go about this?
> At a guess, I'd think that the same version of Koha (production server has 3.03) should be loaded on the new server, then a backup from the production server loaded (this would have our preferences, saved SQLs, calendar, etc. as well as patrons and biblios, circulations, etc.) and finally we'd upgrade/update the new server to the new version of Koha.
This sounds like a good plan, since a new server means that you'll be
testing the new hardware, the operating system updates you'll be
applying, then finally the Koha upgrade. Of course, if you allow enough
time for testing and do a dry run or two, from your patron's point of
view, absolutely nothing would appear to change until you're ready to
unveil the shiny new Koha upgrade.
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