Upgrade path from 4.7 STABLE to 4.11 or 5.4
derek at computinginnovations.com
Sun Apr 23 13:51:05 UTC 2006
I would go right to 4.11 using cvsup.
If you want to go from 4.11 to 5.4, you may be better off taking the drive
and doing a binary upgrade, as anything that may go wrong may require you
to be at the console. I recently cvsup'd a server from 4.11 to 5.4 and it
went ok, but I did need to access the console during the process.
If you end up doing the upgrade to 5.4, you may as well go to 6.0 while you
are at it.
At 08:25 AM 4/23/2006, Andreas Wideroe Andersen wrote:
>I have a 4.7 STABLE (production) server and I need to upgrade it to
>atleast 4.11 STABLE. What would be the best upgrade path inorder to
>minimize any problems? The server is located in a co-location 5 hours
>drive from where I'm so a network upgrade without problems would be
>Should I just run a cvsup with RELENG 4_11 and upgrade src/ports, compile
>a new kernel and make world or should I go through the varous versions up
>to 4.11 step by step?
>Also, are there any imidiate problems upgrading 4.11 to 5.4?
>Thanks for your help!
>Andreas W. Andersen
>Norsk Smalfilm AS
>Andreas Widerøe Andersen <andreas at smalfilm.no>
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