Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of faq/drupal/upgrade


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Feb 18, 2011, 8:48:19 AM (10 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    2727drush pm-update
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    29  If you are upgrading from a version prior to 5, well, there's nothing you can do but hope for the best!
     29 NOTE: When prompted to upgrade Drupal core, answer no. You will do this later.
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     31 If you are upgrading from a version prior to 5, you will need to do these module upgrades manually.
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    3133 * Test to make sure your site is still functioning properly before you continue.
     
    4749 * Use the members control panel to update the symbolic links in your Drupal root: From your [https://members.mayfirst.org/cp/ member control panel], select the hosting order you want to upgrade, choose the "Web App (Drupal)" tab, and click "edit" next to the Drupal installation you're upgrading. Select the version of Drupal you're upgrading to, and click Submit. Note: if you don't see an entry under Web Apps, it means your existing installation is prior to Drupal 5 or was not originally installed as a part of the May First/People Link Drupal system.
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    49 In this case - you will need to remove all the files in your web directory ''except'' the sites directory and, if you have them, files or images directories. Be sure to remove the .htaccess file as well. Once you have removed these files and directories, then use the Members Control panel to install Drupal. If you previously were running a version of Drupal that is installable by the control panel, install that version to ensure everything is still working smoothly. Then, edit your installation to change from your current version to the next available version. If you are running a version older than version 5, then install version 5.
     51 In this case - you will need to remove all the files in your web directory ''except'' the sites directory and, if you have them, files or images directories. Be sure to remove the .htaccess file as well. Once you have removed these files and directories, then use the Members Control panel to install Drupal. If you previously were running a version of Drupal that is installable by the control panel, install that version to ensure everything is still working smoothly. Then, edit your installation to change from your current version to the next available version. If you are running a version older than version 5, then install version 5.
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    5153 * Now - your site is using code for the upgraded Drupal version you just selected. Next, go to the update.php script on your site. The should be something like: http://example.org/update.php