Solved Apply all updates
rosano last edited by girish
Is there a faster way to get an app to the latest version than manually triggering the update for each version between the current and latest? I didn't upgrade to Ghost 5 for a while and now I can't jump to 5.9, I must go through 5.4, 5.4.1, 5.4.2, etc…
subven last edited by
No since every update could bring changes or fixes to the apps data and its database so its not advisable to lets say copy over DB+appdata, install latest version and mount the data back in. It will work in many cases for minor version number skips but not all apps are designed and testet this way.
Also some packages require migration steps one-by-one. You could enable automatic updates for the app again and then it eventually will catch up after some time.
timconsidine last edited by timconsidine
@rosano sometimes this can work : backup site, delete app, install app on latest version, import prior backup
EDIT : more risk averse approach :
- install latest version on dummy sub-domain
- import prior backup
- delete original app
- change sub-domain to original one used
Or if the app supports import/export of it's own, then install the latest version of the app and import the previous one into it.