[Koha] Package upgrade to 3.22.11
gary.bortel at sos.wa.gov
Thu Oct 6 05:09:28 NZDT 2016
Yep. After reverting back to the snapshot I took before starting the upgrade (This is a virtual machine running on Hyper-V.) I wondered if memcache might have been the culprit. I'll try again tomorrow morning and also add restarting memcache to the process. The database schema was indeed upgraded (3.22.10.001 & 3.22.11.000) as part of the process.
The upgrade suggested running the following commands for koha-plack:
sudo a2enmod headers proxy_http
service apache2 restart
Is this needed for the upgrade to 3.22.11 or on this Ubuntu OS?
From: Chris Cormack [mailto:chrisc at catalyst.net.nz]
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2016 8:37 AM
To: Barton Chittenden <barton at bywatersolutions.com>; Bortel, Gary <gary.bortel at sos.wa.gov>
Cc: koha <koha at lists.katipo.co.nz>
Subject: Re: [Koha] Package upgrade to 3.22.11
On 6 October 2016 4:32:25 AM NZDT, Barton Chittenden <barton at bywatersolutions.com> wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Bortel, Gary <gary.bortel at sos.wa.gov>
>> Running a multi-tennant installation of Koha 3.22.10 on Ubuntu
>> I came in this morning to upgrade our package installation of 3.22.10
>> 3.22.11. Everything seemed to go okay, but when I tried to log on to
>> I was directed to the installer interface. What did I miss?
>You probably didn't miss anything -- you will see the installer screen
>if the database needs to be updated.
However you should never see this when upgrading using packages, it upgrades the database as part of it.
Do you use memcached? If so try restarting it to flush the cache.
>I would back up your database using
>sudo koha-dump <instance name>
>in a terminal ... just to be on the safe side.
>Then go ahead and click OK or Next on the installer screen (I can't
>rmemember which). This will run the database upgrade, and should
>forward you on to the Koha main page when done.
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