ELMA365 On-Premises / Updating

Updating

ELMA365 Standard and ELMA365 Enterprise On-premises are updated in the same way as installed.

Make the ELMA365 data dump before the update. To do this, follow the instructions in the Administering Server article or select the [B]ackup now option by pressing the “B” key at the following update step:

Be sure you have made data backup before update. Choose: [B]ackup now (default), [C]ontinue, [E]xit.

The dump will be saved to the /backup folder with a Time Stamp Protocol.

Next go to the command line on the server. Run the following command:

curl -fsSL -o get_elma365.sh https://dl.elma365.com/standard/master/install.sh && chmod +x get_elma365.sh && ./get_elma365.sh

The system will ask for confirmation of the action, after which the update process will start.

When using a proxy, the script will ask you to confirm the current settings or specify new values for variables that determine the implemented proxy.

To guarantee the app security, enable the Uncomplicated Firewall (ufw) and set the recommended rules, add your own rules, or disable the Firewall.

Upon completion, a message will appear: ELMA365 successfully updated.

If any errors occur, you can view information about them in the log.

Cluster update

To update, go to the command line on any network node and run the following command:

curl -fsSL -o elma365-installer.sh https://dl.elma365.com/onPremise/master/latest/download && chmod +x elma365-installer.sh && ./elma365-installer.sh

Then update the remaining nodes. Use the --upgrade-node option for each server:

curl -fsSL -o elma365-installer.sh https://dl.elma365.com/onPremise/master/latest/download && chmod +x elma365-installer.sh && ./elma365-installer.sh --upgrade-node

Servers in the cluster must be updated sequentially, one server at a time.

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