Installing HAAst, prerequisites, getting HAAst started, and troubleshooting performance and technical issues. As well, upgrades to HAAst and any underlying software.
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I would like to upgrade my installed version of HAAst. This is a minor version upgrade (eg: 2.1.1 to 2.2.5). What's the best way to perform this upgrade?
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I recommend using the updatefiles.sh script file found in the haast-2.X.X-x86_64-XXX/install_files directory of the HAAst package you downloaded. This script will update all files to the latest version of HAAst. Just restart the HAAst service once complete. For example:
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[root@pbx2:/usr/src/haast-2.3.13-x86_64-rh7/install_files] $ ./updatefiles.sh HAAst file copier/updater version 1.5 Verifying/creating directories Configuration directory [/etc/xdg/telium] already exists Configuration sensor/sync directory [/etc/xdg/telium/haast.conf.d] already exists Base directory [/usr/local/haast] already exists Events directory [/usr/local/haast/events] already exists Internal directory [/usr/local/haast/internal] already exists Web directory [/usr/local/haast/web_interface] already exists Verifying/copying files Config file [haast.conf] already exists, skipping copy Executable file [haast] already exists, replacing file in [/usr/local/haast] Internal helper functions file [helperfunctions.sh] already exists, replacing file in [/usr/local/haast/internal] Internal release file [release] already exists, replacing file in [/usr/local/haast/internal] Web interface files already exist, replacing files in [/usr/local/haast/web_interface] Preserving web settings files [/usr/local/haast/web_interface/settings.php] HAAst files have been copied/updated HAAst overwritten with same version 2.3.13 Executable, web interface files have been copied/updated. Configuration files, service files, event handlers, and sample files have not be installed/updated