Upgrade to server 20.04.1 from 20.04

Hello

running the script with path bin/upgrade/20.04/upgrade.sh still shows version 20.04 after the upgrade process finished when running 'countly version'.

Also these are the folders and files in the directory:

15.03
15.08
16.02
16.06
16.12
16.12.2
17.05
17.09
18.01
18.01.1
18.04
18.04.1
18.08
19.02
19.08
19.08.1
20.04
common.upgrade.sh
countly.github.update.sh
test-new-version

 

Any pointers where I went wrong? Is a completely new installation and restoring the backup the easiest solution? Or is there a more detailed upgrade guide?

 

Thanks!

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  • Hello Benjamin,

    Upgrade from 20.04 to 20.04.1 doesn't contain a specific upgrade script, you didn't need to run bin/upgrade/20.04/upgrade.sh.

    Did you run "sudo countly upgrade"?

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  • Yes. Version still is 20.04. I put the output of the upgrade process on Github for better readability: https://gist.github.com/benjaminglatzeder/87c2739d0c8c2eabb7fe2bc4797fa88a

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  • Hello Benjamin,

    Can you try with these commands on your Countly server?

    cd `countly dir`/../
    wget https://github.com/Countly/countly-server/releases/download/v20.04.1/countly-community-edition-v20.04.1.tar.gz
    tar xvf countly-community-edition-v20.04.1.tar.gz
    sudo countly upgrade
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  • That worked, thanks!

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