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  1. #41
    Have you already published the 4.8.1 Patch update on the download area ?
    Still not, we are working on it. Usually, update we are publishing after 1 week after release.
    Viktor,
    Flynax technical department,
    Best wishes.

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    What is the quickest way to upgrade from version 4.50 to 4.81?

  3. #43
    Install the latest version and migrate data form your old site. Because there is a whole chasm between these versions.
    Viktor,
    Flynax technical department,
    Best wishes.

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    Thank you Viktor,

    I have installed the latest version 4.8.1 but can't seem to figure out how to migrate the data from the old installation.
    I have access to phpmyadmin on cpanel

    I have tried using the Database import button on the admin panel, i get the following error Error: Failed to process the uploaded file.
    I have tried using the import feature in phpmyadmin, but once i import the old database from version 4.5.0 the website stops working showing MYSQL ERROR.
    I also tried running the installation on top of the old database, but the old data is not retained when the installation is completed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viktor View Post
    Install the latest version and migrate data form your old site. Because there is a whole chasm between these versions.
    @Viktor, are you able to give any advice on the migration?

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    Have you taken a look at Flynax's services:

    - See Here: https://www.flynax.com/prices.html

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by Ope Osho View Post
    @Viktor, are you able to give any advice on the migration?
    Backup everything before you do upgrade. Apply mysql patch from every version for example 4.7.0 to 4.7.1, 4.7.1 to 4.7.2, 4.7.2 to 4.8.0, 4.8.0 to 4.8.1. Then install a fresh installation and restore mysql, and copy folders: Files and Plugins to the new installations

    Just don't take my words for it. Make the backup and test it

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