Upgrade Ravada

We try to make the upgrading procedure easy. Also if you are running a very ancient or legacy release, fear not ! We did our best so everything is set up with minimal user intervention.

In order to upgrade Ravada, you have to do a few steps:

Steps for a clean update

Step 1

Download the deb package of the new version found at the UPC ETSETB repository.

Step 2

Install the deb package.

sudo dpkg -i <deb file>

On some upgrades may be required to install some dependencies. You will see because the packaging system will warn about it:

dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of ravada:
  ravada depends on libdatetime-perl; however:
  Package libdatetime-perl is not installed.

If so, install those dependencies automatically running:

sudo apt-get -f install

Step 3

Reconfigure systemd.

sudo systemctl daemon-reload

Step 4

Restart the services.

sudo systemctl restart rvd_back
sudo systemctl restart rvd_front

Step 5

Check the apache configuration

If you upgrade from older releases you may have to add some lines to the apache proxy configuration. Check the Apache proxy guide.

Problems upgrading

Problems may arise please take a look at our troubleshooting guide. If everything fails you may contact us for assistance.