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Upgrade issue

Laz C. Peterson
Hello everyone,

I have a small problem.  Before I start off, I want to disclose that I did not read the upgrade instructions well enough — so please don’t be too harsh!

Anyhow, so here’s the deal.  I clicked the link on the upgrade documentation that took me to the change log.  From there, I clicked “ownCloud 9.0” and it took me to version 9.0.9.  I noticed that the version right below that on the change log was version 8.2.11, which is what I was running.  So I downloaded this version, and upgraded the database; foolishly without backing up the database.

After the upgrade, I had all sorts of remote.php errors, and the files were not showing up.  Since I didn’t take a backup of the database, I was in a bit of a pickle, and instead restored the old file structure for 8.2.11.  ownCloud decided to work with this, though the database had still been modified for version 9.0.9.

Ok ok, now please stop throwing tomatoes at me for not backing up the database …

What can I do to salvage the database situation?  I guess what I’m asking is: how can I find the SQL queries that run during each upgrade, to manually go through and do the missing parts of the “upgrade process” to make it happy at 9.0.9?

Our intention is to go to the latest version … Any thoughts?

~ Laz Peterson


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Re: Upgrade issue

Laz C. Peterson
Actually, scratch that.  We followed : https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/23610#issuecomment-205704566 and were able to recover.

Crisis averted.  No more willy-nilly upgrades!

Thanks everyone.

~ Laz Peterson

On May 26, 2017, at 8:56 AM, Laz C. Peterson <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I have a small problem.  Before I start off, I want to disclose that I did not read the upgrade instructions well enough — so please don’t be too harsh!

Anyhow, so here’s the deal.  I clicked the link on the upgrade documentation that took me to the change log.  From there, I clicked “ownCloud 9.0” and it took me to version 9.0.9.  I noticed that the version right below that on the change log was version 8.2.11, which is what I was running.  So I downloaded this version, and upgraded the database; foolishly without backing up the database.

After the upgrade, I had all sorts of remote.php errors, and the files were not showing up.  Since I didn’t take a backup of the database, I was in a bit of a pickle, and instead restored the old file structure for 8.2.11.  ownCloud decided to work with this, though the database had still been modified for version 9.0.9.

Ok ok, now please stop throwing tomatoes at me for not backing up the database …

What can I do to salvage the database situation?  I guess what I’m asking is: how can I find the SQL queries that run during each upgrade, to manually go through and do the missing parts of the “upgrade process” to make it happy at 9.0.9?

Our intention is to go to the latest version … Any thoughts?

~ Laz Peterson

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