Upgrading from one version of Pachno to another
Before upgrading or downloading the upgrade files, create an empty file called
the root directory of Pachno. Pachno will detect the presence of this file and automatically enable upgrade mode. In upgrade mode the only available functionality is to perform the upgrade.
The following preparation step applies to upgrading from version 1.0.2 and higher. If you're upgrading from version 1.0.0 or 1.0.1, skip directly to "Upgrade instructions".
After creating the file, run the upgrade preparation script which will make sure to remove any module dependencies present in your installation:
./bin/pachno upgrade --prepare
When the preparation is completed, run
composer update to apply the changes.
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To upgrade from one version of Pachno to another - after completing the preparation step - download the new version and extract the contents of the package over the previous files.
Important: Before starting the upgrade process via web or command line in the next step, run
composer update to update dependencies after downloading the new files. (This is in addition to running the command in the preparation step when upgrading from version 1.0.2 or higher)
Upgrading via web
To upgrade via the web interface, navigate to /upgrade under your Pachno installation. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform the upgrade.
Upgrading via the command line
You can upgrade via the command line by running the included upgrade command
./bin/pachno help upgrade from the Pachno installation directory for more information.
Completing the upgrade
After the upgrade has been completed, remember to remove the
upgrade file in the Pachno root directory if it is still present.
If you are upgrading from version 1.0.2 or higher: Run
composer update to make sure the dependencies are up to date after the upgrade, including your local modules.
Upgrading from The Bug Genie to Pachno
You can migrate from The Bug Genie to Pachno. To perform the migration, extract the Pachno archive to a directory on your web server, then copy the following files from The Bug Genie:
Start by running
composer install, then run the included migration task
./bin/pachno migrate from the command line and follow the on-screen instructions. Migration may take a while to complete.
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