[!important] Please do not update ERPNext

Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using wnf.py --update origin master will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(GitHub - webnotes/erpnext at 1310 and
GitHub - webnotes/wnframework at 1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext

I'am having the following problem, earlier today i updated the system using lib/wnf/py --update origin master without reading this post, so i reverted the system to a backup made yesterday, i copied all the files from the backup and used wnf.py --install to revert the database. And now i cant login into the system, my user first thows an invalid password message so i tryed using the administrator user, the password was reseted to "admin" and when i insert it in the login form it does nothing, no console error to show just the three blinking bars forever.
Any help?

On Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:39:48 PM UTC-3, pdvyas wrote:
Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using `wnf.py --update origin
master` will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/tree/1310 and
https://github.com/webnotes/wnframework/tree/1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

```
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
```

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/Migrating-your-erpnext-instance-to-wsgi

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/WSGI-Production-Deployment

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext



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Hi Hernan,

Did you change the branch to "1310" as per instructions?

Thanks,
Anand.

On Fri, 25 Oct 2013 21:31:12 +0530, Hernan Gonzalez <nu...@gmail.com> wrote:

I'am having the following problem, earlier today i updated the system using lib/wnf/py --update origin master without reading this post, so i reverted the system to a backup made yesterday, i copied all the files from the backup and used wnf.py --install to revert the database. And now i cant login into the system, my user first thows an invalid password message so i tryed using the administrator user, the password was reseted to "admin" and when i insert it in the login form it does nothing, no console error to show just the three blinking bars forever.
Any help?

On Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:39:48 PM UTC-3, pdvyas wrote:
Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using `wnf.py --update origin
master` will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/tree/1310 and
https://github.com/webnotes/wnframework/tree/1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

```
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
```

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/Migrating-your-erpnext-instance-to-wsgi

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/WSGI-Production-Deployment

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext



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So from now on i shoud "lib/wnf.py --update origin 1310" until the development release is ready?

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 6:06:51 AM UTC-3, Anand Doshi wrote:
Hi Hernan,

Did you change the branch to "1310" as per instructions?

Thanks,
Anand.

On Fri, 25 Oct 2013 21:31:12 +0530, Hernan Gonzalez <nu...@gmail.com> wrote:

I'am having the following problem, earlier today i updated the system using lib/wnf/py --update origin master without reading this post, so i reverted the system to a backup made yesterday, i copied all the files from the backup and used wnf.py --install to revert the database. And now i cant login into the system, my user first thows an invalid password message so i tryed using the administrator user, the password was reseted to "admin" and when i insert it in the login form it does nothing, no console error to show just the three blinking bars forever.
Any help?

On Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:39:48 PM UTC-3, pdvyas wrote:
Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using `wnf.py --update origin
master` will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/tree/1310 and
https://github.com/webnotes/wnframework/tree/1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

```
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
```

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/Migrating-your-erpnext-instance-to-wsgi

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/WSGI-Production-Deployment

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext



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Hi Herman,
What Anand means is, did you switch to branch 1310 when you applied
the backup to recover your system?

Please try the following,

  • manually switch the repositories to 1310 branch
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
  • restore your backup

The instructions to run the master branch are here,

On Sat, Oct 26, 2013 at 7:27 PM, Hernan Gonzalez nu...@gmail.com wrote:

So from now on i shoud “lib/wnf.py --update origin 1310” until the
development release is ready?

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 6:06:51 AM UTC-3, Anand Doshi wrote:

Hi Hernan,

Did you change the branch to “1310” as per instructions?

Thanks,
Anand.

On Fri, 25 Oct 2013 21:31:12 +0530, Hernan Gonzalez nu...@gmail.com
wrote:

I’am having the following problem, earlier today i updated the system
using lib/wnf/py --update origin master without reading this post, so i
reverted the system to a backup made yesterday, i copied all the files from
the backup and used wnf.py --install to revert the database. And now i cant
login into the system, my user first thows an invalid password message so i
tryed using the administrator user, the password was reseted to “admin” and
when i insert it in the login form it does nothing, no console error to show
just the three blinking bars forever.
Any help?

On Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:39:48 PM UTC-3, pdvyas wrote:

Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using wnf.py --update origin master will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(GitHub - webnotes/erpnext at 1310 and
GitHub - webnotes/wnframework at 1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,

Migrating your erpnext instance to wsgi · webnotes/erpnext Wiki · GitHub

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
WSGI Production Deployment · webnotes/erpnext Wiki · GitHub

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext


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Hi,

We accidentally did the upgrade and our installation is gone now. Please help us to get the instance back.

Thanks, Senti

On Thursday, 24 October 2013 21:09:48 UTC+5:30, Pratik Vyas wrote:
Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using `wnf.py --update origin
master` will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/tree/1310 and
https://github.com/webnotes/wnframework/tree/1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

```
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
```

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/Migrating-your-erpnext-instance-to-wsgi

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/WSGI-Production-Deployment

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext



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Hi Senthil,

WSGI upgrade instructions are mentioned in the same email you referenced. If you are using it in production, also perform production deployment steps after doing the wsgi migration steps.

Thanks,
Anand.



On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 6:07 PM, Senthil Basuva Raj <se...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

We accidentally did the upgrade and our installation is gone now. Please help us to get the instance back.

Thanks, Senti

On Thursday, 24 October 2013 21:09:48 UTC+5:30, Pratik Vyas wrote:
Hi community,

Please do not update ERPNext using the update-manager page.

We will be merging the wsgi branch into master on 25th October 0430hrs
UTC (1000hrs IST). Pulling this update using `wnf.py --update origin
master` will break your erpnext installation.

The last commits and updates for CGI will be in a branch 1310
(https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/tree/1310 and
https://github.com/webnotes/wnframework/tree/1310). So, if you are
unwilling to migrate to wsgi at the moment, please point your
repositories to 1310 branch.

```
cd lib && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
cd app && git fetch origin && git checkout 1310 && cd ..
```

To upgrade your instance to wsgi, the steps are documented on this page,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/Migrating-your-erpnext-instance-to-wsgi

Also, the production deployment steps for WSGI are very different from
Apache CGI, they are roughly documented here,
https://github.com/webnotes/erpnext/wiki/WSGI-Production-Deployment

Please take a backup before you attempt to upgrade.

Good Luck,

Pratik Vyas
Developer at ERPNext



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