I recently started getting msgs on the mobile app that the server is out of date. I’m currently running version 7.1 running via docker. I tried upgrading mattermost 7.1 docker install to 7.9 but didn’t succeed. The version is still 7.1 even after changing the env.example file
I tried following all steps here but still wasn’t able to upgrade my install - Upgrading MM Docker Install - #4 by greatscott
Did this first
Changed Env.example file to this
MATTERMOST_IMAGE=mattermost-team-edition (tried changing this to enterprise edition too with no avail)
MATTERMOST_IMAGE_TAG=7.8 (tested different version numbers here)
Then I did
sudo docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.without-nginx.yml down && sudo docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.without-nginx.yml up -d
This should’ve updated me to version 7.8 but its still on version 7.1
root@ubuntu-4gb-fsn1-1:~/docker# sudo docker images
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE
postgres 13-alpine 1636db173231 5 weeks ago 232MB
mattermost/mattermost-enterprise-edition 7.1 20ae43758ae7 4 months ago 616MB
mattermost/mattermost-preview latest c58a56001918 13 months ago 1.27GB
postgres <none> ed8ed2786948 13 months ago 213MB
mattermost/mattermost-enterprise-edition <none> 413e96b0bfc4 14 months ago 531MB
certbot/certbot latest 73530438e96c 14 months ago 115MB
Can anyone help me on this?
Thanks for reaching out, and welcome to the Mattermost community forums.
I’m sorry to hear that you’re having trouble upgrading your Mattermost Docker installation. Let’s try to troubleshoot the issue together. Here are a few steps we can take:
- Make sure you have the latest version of the Docker Compose file. You can get the latest version from the Mattermost GitHub repository: docker-compose.yml
- Before running the upgrade command, ensure that you are in the correct directory where your
docker-compose.yml file is located.
- Double-check that you’ve made the changes to the
docker-compose.yml file correctly. In your case, you should set the
MATTERMOST_IMAGE_TAG to the desired version, such as
7.8. Confirm that you saved the file after making the changes.
- Run the following command to perform the upgrade:
sudo docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.without-nginx.yml pull
sudo docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.without-nginx.yml up -d
Ensure that the commands are executed in the same directory where your
docker-compose.yml file is located. This will pull the latest image and recreate the containers.
- After the upgrade process completes, you can check the version by running the following command:
sudo docker exec -it mattermost app version
Make sure the version displayed matches the one you intended to upgrade to.
If you’re still experiencing issues after following these steps, please let me know, and I’ll do my best to assist you further.
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