Updating from 1.1-18 to 1.2

wholly

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How can I make the upgrade to v1.2

I have tried the following:

1. yum -y update

2. yum elastix update

I keep getting that all is updated.

Here is my /etc/yum.repos.d/elastix.repo

Code:
[elastix] name=Elastix RPM Repository for CentOS 
baseurl=http://repo.elastix.org/centos/$releasever/updates/RPMS/ 
gpgcheck=0 
enabled=1 
exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata 

[elastix-beta] name=Elastix-Beta RPM Repository for CentOS 
baseurl=http://repo.elastix.org/centos/$releasever/updates/beta/RPMS/ 
gpgcheck=0 
enabled=0 
exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata 

[elastix-extras] name=Elastix-Extras RPM Repository for CentOS 
baseurl=http://repo.elastix.org/centos/$releasever/updates/extras/RPMS/ 
gpgcheck=0 
enabled=1 
exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata
Can anyone shed any light on the subject.

I am in Australia (this could be why) !
 

Bob

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Wholly,

I am in Australia too, and having the same problem ;-) (joking on the problem).

On a more serious note, the rest of the world can't get the YUM update either. The developers have not uploaded into the repository yet, so you won't be able to get it yet.

The general rule is about 5-10 days after the release of a stable version, the YUM updates will become available. This is due to the fact that the ISO is relatively easy to release and test as it is same product for everyone, and has usually gone through an Alpha and Beta stage.

The YUM updates take a little longer as they need a different test cycle, and have to cater for many more possibilities as you don't want them to over-write your configuration. It may also include Database Schema Changes, which again mean testing for each database schema version, confirming new files are written or parsing files for the relevant information, and archiving old ones.

Likewise, the VMWare image update is another one that will take a little time, and could be waiting a few weeks or months for an update (as it is a lower priority).

Hope this helps.....

Bob

P.S. Many users choose to do a fresh install if they want a new release urgently. Reasonably simple to do with the base functionality by doing a Freepbx backup and restore, which will return a PBX back to operation usually within 15 minutes (if you do them regularly). I appreciate that this is not something that can be done easily in a production environment however. Did one on a production machine (our office) this morning with base PBX functionality back in 12 minutes, but then I probably do at least one installation of Elastix a day.
 

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