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project_management:redmine [2011/01/26 17:16]
aorth [Install Phusion Passenger]
project_management:redmine [2011/02/22 08:39] (current)
aorth [Updating Redmine from SVN]
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 ===== Updating Redmine from SVN ===== ===== Updating Redmine from SVN =====
-See the [[http://​www.redmine.org/​wiki/​redmine/​RedmineUpgrade#​Option-2-Upgrading-from-a-SVN-checkout|the official instructions]] on upgrading via SVN.  Also done below on a real instance, 1.0.0 -> 1.0.1: +See the [[http://​www.redmine.org/​wiki/​redmine/​RedmineUpgrade#​Option-2-Upgrading-from-a-SVN-checkout|the official instructions]] on upgrading via SVN.  Also done below as root on a real instance, 1.0.0 -> 1.0.1: 
-<​code>​cd /opt +<​code>​cd /opt 
-tar cjf redmine_before_1.0.1.tar.bz2 redmine/ +tar cjf redmine_before_1.0.1.tar.bz2 redmine/ 
-cd redmine +cd redmine 
-svn update +svn update 
-rake db:migrate RAILS_ENV=production +rake db:migrate RAILS_ENV=production 
-rake db:​migrate_plugins RAILS_ENV=production +rake db:​migrate_plugins RAILS_ENV=production 
-rake tmp:​cache:​clear +rake tmp:​cache:​clear 
-rake tmp:​sessions:​clear +rake tmp:​sessions:​clear 
-apache2ctl graceful</​code>​+apache2ctl graceful</​code>​
  
 ===== Change local administrator password manually ===== ===== Change local administrator password manually =====
 <​code>#​ cd /​opt/​redmine <​code>#​ cd /​opt/​redmine
 # RAILS_ENV=production ruby1.8 script/​runner 'user = User.find(:​first,​ :conditions => {:admin => true}) ; user.password,​ user.password_confirmation = "​my_password";​ user.save!'</​code>​ # RAILS_ENV=production ruby1.8 script/​runner 'user = User.find(:​first,​ :conditions => {:admin => true}) ; user.password,​ user.password_confirmation = "​my_password";​ user.save!'</​code>​
project_management/redmine.txt · Last modified: 2011/02/22 08:39 by aorth