[Mailman-Users] How can I update 2.1.3 --> 2.1.5?
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Tue Jun 1 19:16:40 CEST 2004
At 5:44 PM +0100 2004/06/01, Ian A B Eiloart wrote:
> Now, one message said to check the UPDATES file. I have, but as far as
> I can see, it doesn't actually say what to do to update. It does give
> some advice about shutting down the MTA and the web site, and some other
> tips about what to do *while* upgrading, but doesn't describe the basic
I'm confused. The UPGRADING file says:
UPGRADING FROM PREVIOUS VERSIONS
For the most part, upgrading Mailman is as easy as just installing the
latest version over the existing version. However, there are some changes
that need to be taken care of manually.
What you need to do depends on the version you are using and the version
you are upgrading to. In all cases, you should first turn off your mail
and web access to your Mailman installation. You're essentially upgrading
a database, and it's usually a good idea to make sure the database cannot
be modified in the middle of the upgrade.
What about this is not clear? You turn off the MTA and the web
server, and then you follow the instructions for installing the
software. That's about it.
Hopefully, you will have kept all your changes in the mm_cfg.py
file and not in the Defaults.py file, so that they will be carried
over after the upgrade.
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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