[xwiki-users] XWiki upgrades path?
vincent at massol.net
Fri Jul 13 20:32:37 UTC 2007
On Jul 13, 2007, at 10:41 AM, Pavel wrote:
> I'm not Xwiki developer and cannot answer directly your question,
> but based
> on my own experience the following would be a good idea:
> Somehow record all changes that you make to skins, config, other
> While there are certain means to migrate db content to newer Xwiki
> other changes are up to you.
> Having a list of those may save you lots of your time. At leas you
> will know
> what and where to reapply.
We do all this already... :)
It's either available in our release notes or directly at the source
in our SVN repository which you can browse and query here:
http://fisheye.xwiki.org. For example you can give it a date range
(between 2 releases and it'll tell you all that have changed).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wangwh at att.net [mailto:wangwh at att.net]
> Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 1:51 AM
> To: xwiki-users at objectweb.org
> Subject: [xwiki-users] XWiki upgrades path?
> Hi, XWiki team,
> It seems to me that upgrading the XWiki version on XWiki farm is
> very hard
> to do since it is not done for quite some time. Is this an
> indicator that
> maintaining an XWiki server with live sites is not easy?
> Is there a path for site managers to move up to the next version
> XWiki? Or,
> is there a way for users to get to the new version or get around the
> problems of the old version? Not everyday everyone is starting from
> a clean
> new version, everyone has to face the upgrading time. If XWiki
> farm sites
> have to stay in old, old version, I guess moving up is really
> difficult. It
> does not look good to potential new users.
> Thanks for thinking about this issue.
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