• @julian maybe it's the same problem as https://community.nodebb.org/topic/1183/upgrading-from-0-3-x-to-0-4-x ?

    $ git checkout v0.6.x
    M	public/favicon.ico
    Switched to branch 'v0.6.x'
    Your branch and 'origin/v0.6.x' have diverged,
    and have 4 and 416 different commits each, respectively.
      (use "git pull" to merge the remote branch into yours)
    
    
    
    $ node app --upgrade
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: NodeBB v0.6.0 Copyright (C) 2013-2014 NodeBB Inc.
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: 
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: Beginning database schema update
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/10/31] Applying newbiePostDelay values skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/11/6] Updating topic authorship sorted set skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/11/7] Renaming sorted sets skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/11/11] Upgrading permissions skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/11/17] Updating user email digest settings skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/11/29] Updating config.json to new format skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/12/2] Removing register user fields skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/12/12] Updating teasers skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [2014/12/20] Updating digest settings skipped
    15/6 11:29 [14757] - info: [upgrade] Schema already up to date!
    
    
    
    $ git checkout v0.7.x
    M	public/favicon.ico
    Switched to branch 'v0.7.x'
    Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/v0.7.x'.
    
    
    
    $ node app --upgrade
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - info: NodeBB v0.7.0 Copyright (C) 2013-2014 NodeBB Inc.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - info: This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - info: This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - info: 
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - info: Beginning database schema update
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - error: [upgrade] NodeBB upgrade could not complete, as your database schema is too far out of date.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - error: [upgrade]   Please ensure that you did not skip any minor version upgrades.
    15/6 11:32 [14795] - error: [upgrade]   (e.g. v0.1.x directly to v0.3.x)
    

  • you could have done a git pull before the fetch

    now you can also just resolve the conflicts by choosing the good code version on each file that had a conflict


  • @ffmad Here's the output of git pull only:

    $ git pull 
    remote: Counting objects: 13566, done.
    remote: Compressing objects: 100% (22/22), done.
    Receiving objects: 100% (13566/13566), 3.64 MiB | 180.00 KiB/s, done.
    remote: Total 13566 (delta 3262), reused 3256 (delta 3255), pack-reused 10289
    Resolving deltas: 100% (10481/10481), completed with 683 local objects.
    From https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB
     + accee7d...a1f49f6 v0.6.x     -> origin/v0.6.x  (forced update)
     * [new branch]      ajaxify-cache -> origin/ajaxify-cache
     * [new branch]      ajaxify-render -> origin/ajaxify-render
       02e0d46..9dece4a  categories_revamp -> origin/categories_revamp
     * [new branch]      composer-mobile -> origin/composer-mobile
     * [new branch]      composer-redesign -> origin/composer-redesign
       a8acb52..40c9274  disney     -> origin/disney
     * [new branch]      group-manage-revamp -> origin/group-manage-revamp
     * [new branch]      grunt-dev  -> origin/grunt-dev
       21522e5..29c9b2e  master     -> origin/master
     * [new branch]      omgbower   -> origin/omgbower
     * [new branch]      persona    -> origin/persona
     * [new branch]      rewards    -> origin/rewards
     * [new branch]      sortable-menu -> origin/sortable-menu
     * [new branch]      topic-priv-refactor -> origin/topic-priv-refactor
     * [new branch]      upstart-compat -> origin/upstart-compat
     * [new branch]      v0.7.x     -> origin/v0.7.x
     + d056523...a9015ce web-install -> origin/web-install  (forced update)
     * [new branch]      webworkers -> origin/webworkers
     * [new tag]         v0.7.0     -> v0.7.0
     * [new tag]         v0.6.1     -> v0.6.1
    Removing src/views/admin/partials/fontawesome.tpl
    Auto-merging src/socket.io/index.js
    Auto-merging src/database/redis/sorted.js
    CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in src/database/redis/sorted.js
    Auto-merging src/controllers/api.js
    Auto-merging public/src/modules/iconSelect.js
    Removing public/src/helpers.js
    Auto-merging package.json
    CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in package.json
    Auto-merging npm-shrinkwrap.json
    CONFLICT (add/add): Merge conflict in npm-shrinkwrap.json
    Automatic merge failed; fix conflicts and then commit the result.
    

    Regarding the conflict and choosing files, I don't think that every single nodebb user should have a knowledge about the internal working of the code and npm and redis and [put some other stuff here] in order to upgrade his installation.
    Also the upgrade process was going on fine except "updating the database schema" so there was nothing wrong with git pull, fetch, etc. and I believe only one commit or patch is missing there.


  • @WildPointer said:

    Regarding the conflict and choosing files, I don't think that every single nodebb user should have a knowledge about the internal working of the code and npm and redis and [put some other stuff here] in order to upgrade his installation.

    it could happen, NodeBB isn't even is v1 ^^


  • No worries but before I start diving into the coding I have to make sure that someone has successfully upgraded the "0.6.0" to a 0.7.x tree.
    Also I feel like this part of wiki is written in Weirdish rathar than simple English:

    NodeBB’s upgrade path is designed so that upgrading between versions is straightforward. NodeBB will provide upgrade compatibility (via the --upgrade flag) between the latest version of a lower branch and the latest version of the higher branch. For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects. Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported, and NodeBB will warn you when attempting to upgrade that you are not upgrading cleanly.
    

    So according to that, "Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported" and it means "You can't upgrade your v.0.6.0 to v0.7.x".
    if yes, why the upgrade was 100% fine except updating the database schema, and if no, what's the point of "For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects." ?
    Now I'm just stuck in v0.6.0 and can't really do anything with my current installation.


  • @WildPointer said:

    No worries but before I start diving into the coding I have to make sure that someone has successfully upgraded the "0.6.0" to a 0.7.x tree.
    Also I feel like this part of wiki is written in Weirdish rathar than simple English:

    NodeBB’s upgrade path is designed so that upgrading between versions is straightforward. NodeBB will provide upgrade compatibility (via the --upgrade flag) between the latest version of a lower branch and the latest version of the higher branch. For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects. Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported, and NodeBB will warn you when attempting to upgrade that you are not upgrading cleanly.
    

    So according to that, "Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported" and it means "You can't upgrade your v.0.6.0 to v0.7.x".
    if yes, why the upgrade was 100% fine except updating the database schema, and if no, what's the point of "For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects." ?
    Now I'm just stuck in v0.6.0 and can't really do anything with my current installation.

    i'm in the same situation, trying to upgrade to v0.7

    I will tell you if it's successful


  • So you mean you've got a problem with "old database schema" as well?


  • @WildPointer said:

    So you mean you've got a problem with "old database schema" as well?

    Yeah.

    First i've installed redis 3.0

    apt-get install software-properties-common add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/redis-server apt-get update apt-get install redis-server

    But there is still a pb with database

    15/6 15:58 [3067] - error: [upgrade] NodeBB upgrade could not complete, as your database schema is too far out of date.
    15/6 15:58 [3067] - error: [upgrade] Please ensure that you did not skip any minor version upgrades.
    15/6 15:58 [3067] - error: [upgrade] (e.g. v0.1.x directly to v0.3.x)


  • yeah, sure!
    I've installed the redis from the chris' PPA repo but it didn't help me either.(just got rid of "your redis server is too old etc."

    That pastebin link is my terminal history. I think by far we've done the same things and now I'm sure it's not just me who got into this problem.

    Personally I'm a shrimp in node.js' world and all I can do is waiting for someone with more experience to do some magic on it.


  • @WildPointer

    now it's working and i can't really figure why ^^

    I tried checkout tags, git checkout tags/v0.6.1 and git checkout tags/v0.7.0 and ./nodebb upgradefor each one, and it seems it worked after that ...


  • @ffmad hmm, I've tried the following but it didn't work:

    $ git checkout tags/v0.6.1
    error: pathspec 'tags/v0.6.1' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    
    
    
    $ git checkout v0.6.1
    error: pathspec 'v0.6.1' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    
    
    
    
    $ git checkout tags/v0.7.0
    error: pathspec 'tags/v0.7.0' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    
    
    
    $ git checkout v0.7.0
    error: pathspec 'v0.7.0' did not match any file(s) known to git.
    

    maybe I'm doing something wrong?


  • @WildPointer:

    have you done a git fetch before ?


  • @ffmad my bad about git fetch but after doing it the way that you said, I just got an absolutely empty board! not even basic example posts there! 😄


  • Weird. Is it the good Database on the config.json ?

    I think it changed for me


  • @ffmad yeah, the DB is just fine and when I start another nodejs stance(yet another directory which is v.0.6.0) it's okay.
    Also I'm wondering how the upgrade process was success on the DB!

    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: NodeBB v0.7.0 Copyright (C) 2013-2014 NodeBB Inc.
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: 
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    Warning: Redis server does not require a password, but a password was supplied.
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: Beginning database schema update
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/08] Clearing reset tokens
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/08] Clearing reset tokens done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/17] renaming home.tpl to categories.tpl
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/17] renaming home.tpl to categories.tpl done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/2/23] Activating NodeBB Essential Rewards
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/24] Upgrading plugins:active to sorted set
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/24] Upgrading plugins:active to sorted set done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/24] Upgrading privilege groups to system groups
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/24] Upgrading privilege groups to system groups done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/25] Upgrading menu items to dynamic navigation system
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/02/25] Upgrading menu items to dynamic navigation system done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/07] Upgrading uid mappings to sorted set
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/07] Upgrading uid mappings to sorted set done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/08] Fixing emails
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/08] Fixing emails done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/11] Updating widgets to tjs 0.2x
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/11] Updating widgets to tjs 0.2x done
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/20] Adding username:sorted and email:sorted
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [2015/05/20] Added username:sorted and email:sorted
    16/6 13:49 [2972] - info: [upgrade] Schema update complete!
    

  • I think now it's time to /BUMP


  • I think I should ask my question in another way:
    "Is there anybody out there who has successfully upgraded 0.6.0 to 0.7.0+ ?"
    I'm just stuck in this version and can't do anything right now, except creating a new website from scratch and saying a big FU to all users and their posts and reputation!
    Perhaps someone is interested in this problem?
    I know it's a "community-driven" project and I ain't got no premium subscription or something, but seriously guys, isn't 15 day enough for getting at least a "dude, it's your problem! I've upgraded my forum and it's working."?

  • Community Rep

    Hey @WildPointer, are you updating this right in your production instance or are you using a dev instance to test it first?

    I don't have anything in production yet, but I've been staying on master. In regards to your conflicts though, that happens if I (or some other process) added or modified something in the directory tree.

    A git checkout should be sufficient, but then you'd have to make a backup of your db and then call ./nodebb upgrade to update your db to the new schema if needed

    I just tried to reproduce what you're trying to do, so here's what I did:

    git checkout tags/v0.6.0
    ... boot up, add some groups, users, and posts, shut down ...
    git checkout tags/v0.7.0
    ./nodebb upgrade
    ^ at this point, there was a db schema conflict and I couldn't upgrade, so I did:
    git checkout tags/v0.6.1
    ./nodebb upgrade
    .. boot up and check everything is fine ...
    then, I could do
    git checkout tags/v0.7.0
    ./nodebb upgrade
    ... boot up and verify upgrade.

    just make sure you have backups! It's not version 1.0.0 yet so be vigilant about those things. I know I'm not as good at that as I should be 😄


  • @BDHarrington7 Thanks for your reply.
    I have two VMs, one of them is production and another one is for test/experiment and the source code is 100% identical between these two machines.(even though once I tried it on production server to make sure it's not sync/copy problem between two machines.)
    Actually I've tried many different methods and my forum is just a vanilla one without any modification(except favicon) so I think it's not normal to have conflict with 12-20 files only in the base code.
    I'm not sure but I think I've tried this method(the last time) and everything went smoothly until I opened my forum and saw absolutely no content! Only the top menu and footer was there. No user, no post, nothing at all. I'll try again and I'll inform you as soon as I can work with that box.
    and about the version, you're right but you should know how it's awful when you feel stuck..
    Thanks again, I'll do it ASAP and inform you

  • Community Rep

    Did you happen to be logged in when you saw the blank forum? I saw some weirdness when I was importing posts a little while back on master where I wouldn't see any content unless I was logged in as an existing member

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