[Koha] Koha 3.2.5 is now available

hansbkk at gmail.com hansbkk at gmail.com
Fri Feb 25 21:42:07 NZDT 2011

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Magnus Enger <magnus at enger.priv.no> wrote:
>>> Is it safe to just update from 3.2.3 with an existing database?
>>> If so, is that generally safe with point releases at that third level
>>> (3.2.6 through 2.2.9 but perhaps not 3.3?)
>>> Does everything just automagically work while the system is in use, or
>>> does Apache or something need to be restarted, or is there an
>>> upgrade-data script that needs to be run?
>> Sorry I didn't specifically state my questions are regarding updating
>> automatically via the Debian package management system, not the
>> traditional, more manual methods, whatever those might be. . .
> That would be this, from INSTALL.debian
> (http://git.koha-community.org/gitweb/?p=koha.git;a=blob_plain;f=INSTALL.debian;hb=HEAD):

Thanks much for replying Magnus. The link above returns "no such
project" for me, perhaps a permissions issue?

I went ahead and did "aptitude update" and everything came down OK.

I couldn't find an INSTALL.debian file - but did find a README.debian,
but that doesn't seem to have anything other than information
pertaining to the original install, nothing about upgrades.

However after the "Setting up koha-common 3.2.5-1" came:

Installing new version of config files

Starting Zebra (one for each koha site)
Upgrading database schema (.03.001-3, then .04, .04) again one set per site.

The web interfaces for both admin and OPAC seem as normal, and About
Koha reports

So it looks like Robin got the packaging stuff setup to automate all
the post-install steps?

If so, more kudos to him! (koha kudos heehee 8-)

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