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Upgrade pack cannot be uploaded (1/1)
I' m trying to update to 7.10. If I run the Upgrade Assistant and then click System Scan, I get the following warning: When I choose the Upload Upgrade Bundle and click Upload, the upload queue display appears on the monitor, but the upload never completes.
In fact, it is not in the uploads/upgrade folder. 1, and you cannot upgrade to 7.10. Or you can test the upgradeWizard. log to see if there are any hints. Sorry, the admin has deactivated read-only state. Fixed the problem by patching the data as indicated. It appears that the update is uploaded properly, although the following error appears:
The upgrade procedure updates some or all of the data but these data are also present in the Customizing directory. Since I had no clue whether this was natural or not, and how these custom/modules data came about, I went on. Following the commit upgrade, despite the error string "Files copied successfully", there was a long list of statistics failing alerts, similar to the first one (above).
However, all the records are there. Folders have 755 privileges and 644 privileges. During the last upgrade stage another alert was issued: It' in fact the truth that exec was deactivated. NOT a single error or error is mentioned in the upgrade protocol. Sorry, the admin has deactivated read-only state.
It' s a failure, but if nothing seems to be wrong, I would also disregard it: it can be explained by taking a set of data and then deleting a data before trying a later clean. It' possible in an upgrade procedure, I suppose.
Another error saying "Upgrade procedure will upgrade some file, but these file are also present in user-defined/ folder" should give your concerns. If you have a file in the user-defined subdirectory, it's probably the result of adjustments you (or someone there) made in Studio or by modifying it. Sorry, the admin has deactivated read-only state.
Concerning the adjustments, I can only imagine that these data sets were made by a plug-in, because I did not adjust anything myself (in the meaning of a manual change of an already installed file). Sorry, the admin has deactivated read-only state. Now you can see the differences between one in "custom" and the other.
A few of these variations are the innovations that have been added in the new release, but on the other side of the formula you may find some box titles, for example, that might mean something to you (because you saw them on the screen). For plugins, you should contact the developer to find out if there is a new update that is 7.10-compatible.