logo

About update

YUM

If you installed Roxy-WI via RPM, execute the following command:

If your Roxy-WI server uses proxy to connect to the Internet, add the proxy settings to yum.conf:

Go to TOP

Update Roxy-WI via the Web Interface

Before updating via Web Interface you have to add the apache user tu sudoers:

Add permission for the apache user:

If your Roxy-WI server uses proxy to connect to the Internet, add the proxy settings to yum.conf:


All information concerning RPM packages can be found here .

Go to TOP

Updating from 4.2.2 and earlier to later versions

Because of the new version of Python there is aconflict between two packages: the newer package python36-mod_wsgi conflicts with the older python35u-mod_wsgi. For updating to version 4.2.3 you should delete the old package first:

Once you have deleted the old package, you can start updating either manually or via Roxy-WI:

Go to TOP

Updating from version 4.4.1 to 4.4.2

You can update from version 4.4.1 to 4.4.2 only manually.

Note: you must be logged in to Roxy-WI before performing all actions or have the admin user in the group "All"

First of all update Roxy-WI, execute the following command:

This action will drop settings to the default.

Also you should re-create all your groups. If you re-create the groups in the same order in which they were created, it will not affect your users and servers.

Go to TOP

Updating to 5.1.4


As our project has rebranded and has been renamed to Roxy-WI, the packages will also be renamed.

You will have to remove all the installed services:

and reinstall them under the new names:

Go to TOP

Updating from 5.1.4 to 5.2.0 version

At the next step install the new Roxy-WI packages and renaming the database and the configuration file. If you use RPM installation, perform the following commands:

<<<<<<< HEAD If you do not use RPM, just skip the step with yum. ======= If you do not use RPM, just skip yum step. >>>>>>> 0eb791a5eee1227793035db489315ceffb61c4fc

Go to TOP

Was this article helpful?

Yes, thanks!
Not really
Go back