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Mention the --yes flag in core:update description #13788

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axilleas commented Dec 2, 2018

The --yes flag is essential if you want to trigger unattended Matomo
upgrades. This is only mentioned in the Debian package post-install
script:

https://github.com/matomo-org/matomo-package/blob/204f845ddbe3527104994788b6beac1ea6190ece/debian/matomo.postinst#L96

This change adds the --yes flag to the core:update description.


I had to try different things like --no-interaction, which I thought would work with core:update, but it didn't. I had to search and find this issue matomo-org/matomo-package#23, which gave me the idea to search the post-install script of the Debian package.

PS. Are translations handled automatically?

The --yes flag is essential if you want to trigger unattended Matomo
upgrades. This is only mentioned in the Debian package post-install
script:

https://github.com/matomo-org/matomo-package/blob/204f845ddbe3527104994788b6beac1ea6190ece/debian/matomo.postinst#L96

This change adds the --yes flag to the core:update description.
@sgiehl sgiehl added the Needs Review label Dec 2, 2018
@tsteur tsteur merged commit 30812c8 into matomo-org:3.x-dev Dec 2, 2018
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tsteur commented Dec 2, 2018

cheers 👍

@axilleas axilleas deleted the axilleas:coreupdater-yes-flag branch Mar 12, 2019
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