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Upgrade Bugzilla to 4.0

Marc Hav's picture

Hello all,

I would like to upgrade to Bugzilla 4.0 in the Turnkey Virtual appliance ...

After hours and hours of trying I just can't do it.

Would anybody have step-by-step instructions ?

Thanks a million in advance !

Marc Hav's picture

So I gave up on upgrading and used the Turnkey LAMP appliance to do a clean install of Bugzilla 4.0 following the instructions by MicroSumol ( http://www.microsumol.com/category/bugzilla/ ) and that worked !!!

Now I only have problems backing up and restoring the MySQL Db (Bugzilla 3.2 -> 4.0).

Anybody out there that can help me out ?

Marc Hav

Marc Hav's picture

The backup and restore issue was solved by RTFM ! lol

Marc Hav

Jyothsih's picture

can you provied the steps you followed

Guest's picture

what is mean by RTFM

Marc Hav's picture

It means: Read The F**king Manual :-)

Marc Hav

Guest's picture

mysql table structure  is totally different  between Bugzilla 3.2 and  4.0.

how to import and export from bugzilla 3.2 to bugzilla 4.

after import it from bugzilla 3.2 to bugzilla 4.. its working?

Jeremy Davis's picture

Probably more likely to get a useful answer over on the Bugzilla newsgroup/mail-list/IRC. Be great if you post back if you find a solution.

Allen's picture

I find it is really diffcult to upgrade bugzilla from 3.4.6 to the latest version 4.0.1, anyone can help me and give me some detailed steps, thanks you in advance, BTW, my database is mysql and it is already backup

Allen's picture

I use apache software to provide web service for my bugzilla server

Azam's picture

 

We have problem with migrating the bugzilla version 3.0.5 to 4.0 .We have installed 4.0 version and need to restore the 3.0.5 version database to the new version 4.0.But it gives error e.g. feild not found,etc.

Since we need the 3.0.5 version's data and overcome this problem,what is best solutions for this?

Jeremy Davis's picture

So I'd go over to their website and have a read. I'm sure it's documented, if not then ask on their mailing list/forums/etc (as suggested above).

When you get it worked out, it'd be great if you could post back to save others the effort in future.

Jyothsih's picture

can you give the steps

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