Keywords: Re:dash - Microsoft Azure - Technical issue - Upgrade Description: I'm currently trying to upgrade an instance of Re:dash 3.0.0 to 4.0.0 as per the instructions here:
I'm able to complete all of the steps, but when I restart the services and go to the site, I get a 500 server error.
Some things that were different as I went through the steps:
There is no
migrations directory in
/opt/bitnami/apps/redash/htdocs after unpacking the
tarball from Github.
is a subdirectory
4.0.0 which has a
migrations subdirectory. When I
diff it with the backup, there are differences.
Applying New Migrations
When trying to apply new migrations (in the directory discovered above), there is no
new_migrations.py file, so that step is not executed.
Installing New Requirements
I try to install new requirements, but there doesn't seem to be a
requirements.txt file; after executing:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Cannot locate wrapped file
Restarting the Services
Finally I restart the servers, but the following do not restart:
Note that I've looked at the solution here:
@shay.k, Thank you for your interest. The Bitnami applications take some time to be published in the different cloud marketplaces as we need to send the update to the different providers and they need to work on publishing them later. In case you want to start using the new version of the application right now, you can either use the AWS community images through the AWS console or the Bitnami Launchpad for AWS https://bitnami.com/stack/redash/cloud/aws or you can launch an old versio…
But that seems to involve overwriting a current instance with a new, fresh instance, which isn't what I want to do.
Somewhat related question: do I have to upgrade to 4.0.0 first before updating to 4.0.1?