On 22 Apr 2016 16:21, "James Hogarth" <james.hogarth(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 5 April 2016 at 09:22, James Hogarth <james.hogarth(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Following on the process of bringing OwnCloud up to date
in Fedora we're
turning our attention to the EPEL users.
> Unfortunately EL6's use of
php53 means we cannot update any further
there given the minimum requirement of
> As such the maintenance update
of 7.0.13 that is in epel-testing now for
EPEL6 will be the final one there to be
followed by the retiring of the
> If you wish to update from that
please either migrate to an EL7 base
system or switch to the OwnCloud upstream
packages which make use of SCL to
satisfy the php54+ requirement.
> On the EPEL7 side of things
8.1.6 is due to hit testing very shortly.
This is a mandatory update as a precursor
to the 8.2.3 update in due
course. Once this reaches live please ensure that updates are carried out
and your OwnCloud installation is fully tested prior to the 8.2.3 update.
> This is due to a requirement
from upstream that updates follow the path
8.0 -> 8.1 -> 8.2 -> 9.0.
> Related to this when updating
the EL6 install from the 7.0 version to an
EL7 or upstream SCL version please do
make sure you follow the upgrade
chain correctly - it is not possible to skip a step.
> Once the 8.2 goal is reached a
discussion will be had then for EPEL as
to whether to provide owncloud82 and
owncloud90 packages or to just stay on
the current major update - but that discussion is some time away as of yet.
> The reason for picking
owncloud82 as the possible base for this is that
this is the first version that has
no php libraries bundled so will be the
easiest to provide the long term maintained base from in a clean fashion
complying to guidelines as closely as possible.
> Kind regards,
Following on from the previous message EPEL6 has it's final update with
message. Please arrange to move to the upstream SCL packages or to
migrate to EL7 if you are using owncloud on EPEL6 - be aware when you do
migrate off of this that it is important to follow the chain through
8.0->8.1->8.2 checking your installation at each step.
EPEL7 has had some time in testing and received a positive test so the
there is being pushed today.
When that has gone stable an 8.2.3 update will be pushed to epel-testing.
ensure that your installation is updated to 8.1.6 and fully tested
before applying the 8.2.3 update.
Following on from the above please be aware that OwnCloud 8.2.4 has just
been submitted to stable in EPEL7
Before you apply this update is critical that the previous 8.1.6 update has
been applied and fully tested.