[owncloud-user] unable to upgrade owncloud 9.0.11 to owncloud 10

Emil Lefherz emil at owncloud.com
Wed Jun 6 11:08:48 CEST 2018


Hi Michaël,

you're asking here for help since April already. Note that this mailing
list isn't our specific support medium. Instead, we created
https://central.owncloud.org for community support.

I highly suggest you open a topic there. Much more people are answering
there, and can provide the consistent support you need. It is easier to
see your problem as a thread then, and compare the different error messages.

Thanks,

Emil
ownCloud Community Management


On 05.06.2018 21:53, Michaël Parchet wrote:
> Hello,
>
>
> My upgradefaild with this error
>
> An error occurred.
>
> Detailed logs Preparing update
> Set log level to debug
> Turned on maintenance mode
> Checking whether the database schema can be updated (this can take a
> long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 24]: Checking table oc_appconfig
> [2 / 24]: Checking table oc_storages
> [3 / 24]: Checking table oc_mounts
> [4 / 24]: Checking table oc_mimetypes
> [5 / 24]: Checking table oc_filecache
> [6 / 24]: Checking table oc_group_user
> [7 / 24]: Checking table oc_group_admin
> [8 / 24]: Checking table oc_groups
> [9 / 24]: Checking table oc_preferences
> [10 / 24]: Checking table oc_properties
> [11 / 24]: Checking table oc_share
> [12 / 24]: Checking table oc_jobs
> [13 / 24]: Checking table oc_users
> [14 / 24]: Checking table oc_authtoken
> [15 / 24]: Checking table oc_vcategory
> [16 / 24]: Checking table oc_vcategory_to_object
> [17 / 24]: Checking table oc_systemtag
> [18 / 24]: Checking table oc_systemtag_object_mapping
> [19 / 24]: Checking table oc_systemtag_group
> [20 / 24]: Checking table oc_privatedata
> [21 / 24]: Checking table oc_file_locks
> [22 / 24]: Checking table oc_comments
> [23 / 24]: Checking table oc_comments_read_markers
> [24 / 24]: Checking table oc_credentials
> Checked database schema update
> Checking updates of apps
> Checking whether the database schema for dav can be updated (this can
> take a long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 10]: Checking table oc_addressbooks
> [2 / 10]: Checking table oc_cards
> [3 / 10]: Checking table oc_addressbookchanges
> [4 / 10]: Checking table oc_calendarobjects
> [5 / 10]: Checking table oc_calendars
> [6 / 10]: Checking table oc_calendarchanges
> [7 / 10]: Checking table oc_calendarsubscriptions
> [8 / 10]: Checking table oc_schedulingobjects
> [9 / 10]: Checking table oc_cards_properties
> [10 / 10]: Checking table oc_dav_shares
> Checking whether the database schema for federatedfilesharing can be
> updated (this can take a long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 1]: Checking table oc_federated_reshares
> Checking whether the database schema for federation can be updated
> (this can take a long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 1]: Checking table oc_trusted_servers
> Checking whether the database schema for files_sharing can be updated
> (this can take a long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 1]: Checking table oc_share_external
> Checking whether the database schema for files_trashbin can be updated
> (this can take a long time depending on the database size)
> [1 / 1]: Checking table oc_files_trash
> Checked database schema update for apps
> Updating database schema
> Updated database
> Updated "federatedfilesharing" to 0.3.0
> An error occurred.
>
> now If I try to reload page, I get this message
>
> This ownCloud instance is currently in maintenance mode, which may
> take a while.
>
> This page will refresh itself when the ownCloud instance is available
> again.
>
> Contact your system administrator if this message persists or appeared
> unexpectedly.
>
> Thank you for your patience.
>
> Could you help me please to solve this problem ?
>
>
> Best regards
>
>
> mparchet
>
>
> On 05/06/2018 21:00, Guillaume Laurès wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> May be you could try to upgrade to 9.1.x first.
>>
>> Best Regards
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>     *De: *"Michaël Parchet" <mparchet at sunrise.ch>
>>     *À: *"user" <user at owncloud.org>
>>     *Envoyé: *Mardi 5 Juin 2018 20:56:22
>>     *Objet: *[owncloud-user] unable to upgrade owncloud 9.0.11 to
>>     owncloud 10
>>
>>     Hello,
>>
>>
>>     I just would like upgrade my owncloud 9.0.11 server to owncloud 10
>>     but I coun't found the upgrade function on owncloud 9.0.11 and on
>>     owncloud 10 I get this error
>>
>>
>>         Updating to 10.0.7
>>
>>     Exception: Updates between multiple major versions and downgrades
>>     are unsupported.
>>
>>     Detailed logs
>>     Preparing update
>>     Set log level to debug
>>     Turned on maintenance mode
>>     Exception: Updates between multiple major versions and downgrades
>>     are unsupported.
>>     The update was unsuccessful. For more information check our forum
>>     post
>>    
>> <https://central.owncloud.org/t/updates-between-multiple-major-versions-are-unsupported/815>
>>     covering this issue.
>>
>>
>>     Server configuration : centos 7
>>     php 7.0.30 updatable to php 7.2
>>
>>     Could you help me please to fix this issues ?
>>
>>     Thanks for your support
>>
>>     Best regards
>>
>>     mparchet
>>
>>
>>
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