sorry if it's already been covered.
As a sysadmin I've inherited a mailcleaner installation in version 2014.10 patch level 2014120101.
How can I upgrade to the latest version ?
Is there any way I can export configuration and logs and restore it to another machine with latest version installed ?
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There is a beta version available but there is no upgrade process from 2014 to 2017 at this time. There are changes in the database that make this difficult.
is this script public available ?
Final version is out, so you can already install the latest 2017 "Jessie"
Then you'll use the tools we'll announce today to export Domain, Users, Aliases etc of your old MailCleaner to the new one !
I'm good with that but what about my existing bayesian data? Am I supposed to start over? I have been training this thing for nearly 10 years.
You re right !
So to keep your bayesian databases:
- Stop mailscanner: /usr/mailcleaner/etc/init.d/mailscanner stop
Backup these files:
and restore them to the same place in your new MailCleaner.
PS: But you re right, we could have done this in the migration script. I suppose we'll add it soon. I confirm here when this is done.
I see that the table "mysql_auth" is not migrated with with the script. The users are migrated but not the passwords so they can't login.
I manually migrated the mysql_auth table and all seems to work. It might be a good idea to add this table to the migration script
We just added the mysql_auth table to the migration script.
But we decided to not include bayesians to the migration process. You can backup it as explained by FlorianB just before.
Thank you for your support.
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