[Mayan EDMS: 2405] Upgrading from 2.7.3 to NG Versions

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[Mayan EDMS: 2405] Upgrading from 2.7.3 to NG Versions

David Kornahrens
Hello community,
We are currently on 2.7.3, deployed through Docker.  I am interested in updating to the latest NG version, if it's supported to upgrade through Docker.

The only concern, we deployed Django Storages and offload media to Amazon S3.  We need to ensure this stays offloaded to S3 and that our documents can still be viewed when updated.  We currently have ~5K files.

Is this able to be upgraded via Docker?  Or do we need to wait for official support from the Mayan repository?

Thanks,
David

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[Mayan EDMS: 2410] Re: Upgrading from 2.7.3 to NG Versions

Michael Price
Mayan EDMS NG performs initial installation procedures on new databases and performs upgrades if it detects existing data. However, now that Roberto is back and has started merging our work I would suggest you wait for an official release. Both, the official and our Docker image have django-storages included out-of-the-box.

On Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 4:13:06 PM UTC-4, David Kornahrens wrote:
Hello community,
We are currently on 2.7.3, deployed through Docker.  I am interested in updating to the latest NG version, if it's supported to upgrade through Docker.

The only concern, we deployed Django Storages and offload media to Amazon S3.  We need to ensure this stays offloaded to S3 and that our documents can still be viewed when updated.  We currently have ~5K files.

Is this able to be upgraded via Docker?  Or do we need to wait for official support from the Mayan repository?

Thanks,
David

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[Mayan EDMS: 2414] Re: Upgrading from 2.7.3 to NG Versions

David Kornahrens
Thanks Michael.  

Since I'm not currently running any of your versions, I'll wait to submit a bug request, but right before Roberto went offline, I reported that our Xerox machines were rotating some of our uploads (we use SMTP folder watch for submittals).  We still are having to manually log in, rotate the document and then place in the correct cabinet.

I understand there are some work flow features, but I don't enough about either the language or the program to make this run efficiently.  I'm excited, beyond excited, that a group of people are picking up and helping Roberto.  

Thanks,
David

On Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 4:56:12 PM UTC-4, Michael Price wrote:
Mayan EDMS NG performs initial installation procedures on new databases and performs upgrades if it detects existing data. However, now that Roberto is back and has started merging our work I would suggest you wait for an official release. Both, the official and our Docker image have django-storages included out-of-the-box.

On Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 4:13:06 PM UTC-4, David Kornahrens wrote:
Hello community,
We are currently on 2.7.3, deployed through Docker.  I am interested in updating to the latest NG version, if it's supported to upgrade through Docker.

The only concern, we deployed Django Storages and offload media to Amazon S3.  We need to ensure this stays offloaded to S3 and that our documents can still be viewed when updated.  We currently have ~5K files.

Is this able to be upgraded via Docker?  Or do we need to wait for official support from the Mayan repository?

Thanks,
David

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