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engine:7.8:upgrade [2017/05/23 17:42]
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-full_version=7.8 
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-====== Upgrade Engine to 7.8 ===== 
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-**The LTU Engine installation requires an account in our platform. Please, contact us if you don't have your login/​password yet: support@jastec.fr** 
-</​WRAP>​ 
-This documentation will guide you during the upgrade to LTU Engine %%full_version%%.x 
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-Please notice that this guide only describes how to install LTU Engine on a Debian server. 
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-Before upgrading LTU Engine, you need to retrieve the last version of LTU Engine %%full_version%%.x zip file. 
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-To know more about how get the last LTU Engine zip, you can consult the [[engine:​%%full_version%%:​install#​section2|LTU Engine %%full_version%% setup guide]]. 
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-If you have any question or misunderstanding,​ do not hesitate to contact our support team at support@jastec.fr. 
-===== Upgrade LTU Engine 7.x.x to %%full_version%%.x ===== 
-Once the zip retreived, the LTU Engine upgrade could start. Upgrading is really similare to installing LTU %%full_version%%.x. 
  
-  * Copy the LTU Engine zip on the server temporary folder. 
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-For that, open a terminal windows and type the following command: 
-<file bash> 
-#on local terminal 
-$> scp my_origin_folder/​ltu-engine-%%full_version%%.x.zip root@x.x.x.x:/​tmp 
-</​file>​ 
-      * Log in as “root” in your server by using the SSH protocol. 
-<file bash> 
-ssh root@x.x.x.x 
-</​file>​ 
-  * Unzip the LTU Engine zip 
-<file bash> 
-#connected as root on the server 
-$> cd /tmp 
-$> unzip ltu-engine-%%full_version%%.x.zip 
-</​file>​ 
-      * Launch the installer command 
-<file bash> 
-# on server 
-$> cd ltu-engine-%%full_version%%.x 
-$> ./​install.sh 
-</​file>​ 
-The upgrade program propose you to backup the actual version. 
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-<wrap hi> 
-**Note:** Upgrade logs can be found in /​opt/​ltuengine/​logs/​upgrade.log</​wrap>​ 
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-  *Unzip the installation software to a temporary directory. 
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-  *Logged in as "​root",​ in the temporary directory, execute the  script **install.sh** and follow the instructions. 
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-  * stop services 
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-  * apt-get update 
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-  * apt-get upgrade 
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-  * modify /​etc/​apt/​source.list 
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-  * change to wheezy 
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-  * apt-get update 
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-  * apt-get dist-upgrade 
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-  * apt-get install lsb-multimedia erlang 
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-  * reboot 
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-  * stop services 
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-  * unzip engine 7 release archive 
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-  * go to your archive folder 
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-  * ./​install.sh 
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-  * answer yes 
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-  * answer yes (or no if you have a too big database for your disk or save some time) 
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