frappe@ubuntu:~/bench-repo$ bench update INFO:bench.utils:updating bench Already up-to-date. remote: Counting objects: 993, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (63/63), done. remote: Total 993 (delta 577), reused 569 (delta 556), pack-reused 374 Receiving objects: 100% (993/993), 1.15 MiB | 176.00 KiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (755/755), completed with 248 local objects. From https://github.com/frappe/frappe 92a67b7..fe2c6ba master -> upstream/master 536cef8..fe2c6ba develop -> upstream/develop * [new branch] v6.x.x -> upstream/v6.x.x * [new tag] v7.0.13 -> v7.0.13 * [new tag] v7.0.0 -> v7.0.0 * [new tag] v7.0.1 -> v7.0.1 * [new tag] v7.0.10 -> v7.0.10 * [new tag] v7.0.11 -> v7.0.11 * [new tag] v7.0.12 -> v7.0.12 * [new tag] v7.0.2 -> v7.0.2 * [new tag] v7.0.3 -> v7.0.3 * [new tag] v7.0.4 -> v7.0.4 * [new tag] v7.0.5 -> v7.0.5 * [new tag] v7.0.6 -> v7.0.6 * [new tag] v7.0.7 -> v7.0.7 * [new tag] v7.0.8 -> v7.0.8 * [new tag] v7.0.9 -> v7.0.9
This update will cause a major version change in Frappe/ERPNext from 6 to 7.
This would take significant time to migrate and might break custom apps. Please run
bench update --upgrade to confirm.
You can stay on the latest stable release by running
bench switch-to-master or pin your bench to 6 by running
Now what can I do?