Upgrade PoolParty on Linux

Introduction

To upgrade your PoolParty installation, follow the steps described below. PoolParty's automated upgrade process for GNU/Linux hosts makes this process a breeze.

Note

An OpenJDK or a 64-bit build of a Sun/Oracle Java 11 SE Development Kit is required to run PoolParty.

Note

These instructions assume you are upgrading a PoolParty default installation for GNU/Linux with PoolParty installed at /opt/poolparty, unless otherwise stated.

Note

Password Change Policy (mandatory):

New users and legacy users have to change passwords on their first login. After logging in a user cannot execute any functions, until the password is changed. This way a password is less likely to be misused.

Upgrade Process

Note

On upgrade we replace SesameSetup.xml file in the config folder. Backup of the original file is done and this is stored in /opt/poolparty/config/SesameSetup.old file.

STEP 1: Stop the PoolParty Server

In order to upgrade you need to stop the PoolParty server.

STEP 2: Run the Installer PoolParty.run From a Terminal Window

This opens a dialogue in the terminal. By hitting Enter you start the process.

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STEP 3: Start Upgrade Mode

In the next step choose to do an upgrade by entering option '2' and hitting Enter.

STEP 4: Confirm the PoolParty Application Directory (PPAppDir) and the Location for the PoolParty Data Directory (PPDataDir)

Provide the path for your PoolParty application directory (default: /opt/poolparty). Enter the path of your installation if different than /opt/poolparty and hit Enter or just hit Enter to use the default path.

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If a PPDataDir is found in the PPAppDir the upgrade just skips the next step.

If your installation has a separate path for the PPDataDir enter the path and hit Enter.

STEP 5: Confirm Upgrade Settings are Correct

You are presented with an overview of the settings you made. You can then finalize the upgrade process by hitting Enter.

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STEP 6: Start the PoolParty Server

Post-Upgrade Tasks

Clear browser cache

You have to clear your browser cache after the upgrade as changes to CSS and javascript used in the PoolParty UI have been done.

Run Post Update Scripts

After you login into PoolParty for the first time after the upgrade, you have to run the PoolParty migration script:

  • https://<your-serverurl>/PoolParty/!/migrate/upgrade

The script lists all updates that will be done. Trigger the migration by clicking Start Migration.

A progress bar and an info box show the progress and status of the migration. When the process has been finished an overview of the migration steps per project is provided.

Recalculate Extraction Models

Changes to the configuration of the PoolParty extraction model have been done. You have to recalculate all extraction models after the upgrade.

Note

You need to have the Superadministrator role assigned to be able to run those scripts.