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schlessera opened this Issue Oct 2, 2017 · 3 comments

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@schlessera schlessera added this to Before Upgrading PHP in Sections Oct 2, 2017

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What is this about?

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felixarntz commented Oct 3, 2017

What is this about?

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Before proceeding with the PHP upgrade, you should run all the latest updates for WP core, your theme and your plugins, to make sure you got any potential compatibility updates/fixes.

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schlessera commented Oct 3, 2017

Before proceeding with the PHP upgrade, you should run all the latest updates for WP core, your theme and your plugins, to make sure you got any potential compatibility updates/fixes.

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Summary from https://make.wordpress.org/core/2017/10/20/php-meeting-recap-october-16th/:

As these updates can also break the site without even getting to the PHP part, this point should therefore mentioned after the “Backup and rollback plan” point. In regards to that, it may be helpful to recommend doing an extra backup after everything has been updated (still before the PHP upgrade) – however only if storing multiple backups is possible with the solution the site owner is using for their backups.

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felixarntz commented Oct 20, 2017

Summary from https://make.wordpress.org/core/2017/10/20/php-meeting-recap-october-16th/:

As these updates can also break the site without even getting to the PHP part, this point should therefore mentioned after the “Backup and rollback plan” point. In regards to that, it may be helpful to recommend doing an extra backup after everything has been updated (still before the PHP upgrade) – however only if storing multiple backups is possible with the solution the site owner is using for their backups.

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