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Update problem #7014

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onebeat opened this Issue Mar 12, 2019 · 7 comments

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onebeat commented Mar 12, 2019

I wanted to upload new version of tine but i get this error...
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ignoreigor commented Mar 13, 2019

Hi,
try an update via console with "php setup.php --update", use sudo if necessary.

For me, in this version, I had to reduce my config temporarily to a minimal config (only db, without cache, session e.g.) to get an successful update. Otherwise even the update hangs when started in CLI.

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lab-at-nohl commented Mar 13, 2019

Please enable log-file in config.inc.php and post information at level debug here...

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onebeat commented Mar 13, 2019

Hello, i have tried your way but no luck...here is my debug log from setup(upgrade) script
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lab-at-nohl commented Mar 13, 2019

Tinebase_Exception_Backend -> mysql >= 5.7.5 | mariadb >= 10.0.5 required

Your DB is too old. Unfortunatly without stating it in a more prominent way the release 2019.02 drastically increased the requirements - MySQL/MariaDB and PHP 7.x.

What is your system?

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onebeat commented Mar 13, 2019

I am runing on linux with php 7.2 version and MySQL Version 5.6.41

So i should upgrade to new version right ?

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lab-at-nohl commented Mar 13, 2019

Yes, you need to upgrade your MySQL obviously. Which distro are you on? I had chosen MariaDB over MySQL from the beginning therefore I could use their repositiory - worked flawlessly on CentOS 7.

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onebeat commented Mar 13, 2019

I am using this on shared hosting so i can't see what is distro but my guess is centos with cloudlinux...

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