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Backwards Compatibility Notes


Upgrading from 18.1 to 18.2

  • There are no operating system or software update requirements, so you can upgrade Windows and Linux using the Admin Portal.

Upgrading from 17.3 or older to 18.2

  • The following requirements have changed and a full system upgrade is required for all existing installations.
    1. FileCloud 18.2 now requires PHP 7.1 on both Windows and Linux. 
    2. Apache and PHP are fully 64 bit on Windows
    3. Mac OSX is supported only from Sierra and above

Upgrading

As always, make a full backup of your existing installation before upgrading.

Upgrading FileCloud from 18.1 to 18.2 in Windows

You can upgrade using the Admin Portal.

Upgrading FileCloud from 17.3 or older to 18.2 in Windows

You will have to do a full upgrade to 18.1.

Upgrading FileCloud from 18.1 to 18.2 in Linux

You can upgrade using the Admin Portal.

Upgrading FileCloud from 17.3 or older to 18.2 in Linux 

If you are using Ubuntu versions earlier than 16.04 or Older versions of Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora, we don't have a script to upgrade your installation to 18.2
You will need to migrate your FileCloud installation manually to Ubuntu 16.04 or Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora that supports PHP 7.1 or greater with the new MongoDB driver to use FileCloud 18.2
Please make a full backup of your server before running this script.

(lightbulb)  For Upgrading FileCloud to 18.2, follow the steps here.


Upgrading Systems that use ServerLink to 18.2

To upgrade systems running ServerLink, the following steps should be taken:

  1. Before upgrade, ensure all ServerLink nodes are fully synced and are at the same state.
  2. Make backups of all nodes as needed
  3. Upgrade the master node to 18.2 first
  4. Upgrade each slave to 18.2
  5. Startup all nodes
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