[Glass] error after crash
Dale Henrichs via Glass
glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Wed Jun 8 10:21:46 PDT 2016
On 06/08/2016 05:38 AM, Leonardo Andres De Marco via Glass wrote:
> Hi Dale!
> We are going to try an upgrade after this... What is your
> recomendation for an upgrade, we want to perforrm a clean installation.
My recommendation is that you look into using GsDevKit_home. With
GsDevKit_home, there is a $GS_HOME/bin/upgradeStone script that pretty
much automates the upgrade process and I've got an update to
GsDevKit_home in the pipeline which will include a bit more
documentation on the upgrade process.
What type of GemStone application are you using, GLASS, Seaside,
something else? Are you using GemTools for development?
It is possible to use GsDevKit_home to upgrade a GLASS environment for
126.96.36.199 to a more recent version of GemStone ... If you are interested
I can help you with the process ... at the moment I would recommend that
you plan to upgrade to 3.3.0. If you were using GemStone 3.2.x I would
recommend that you wait until 3.3.1, since the upgrade path to 3.3.1
from 3.2.x is much simpler than an upgrade to 3.3.0 from 3.2.x...
To properly perform an upgrade from 2.4.x to 3.2.x or 3.3.x, you will
want to first port your code base to the target version and make sure
that all of your tests pass ... then you will need to update your
configuration/baseline to include the new code for 3.x ... then you are
ready to go through the ugpgrade process.
With GsDevKit_home you will start using tODE as your development
environment and it is probably worth taking a look at some of the slides
and presentation videos that I've made over the last few years to get
a flavor of tODE.
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