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TOPIC: upgrade to 9.0.1 problem

upgrade to 9.0.1 problem 4 months 1 day ago #36643

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Hi,

I have a problem with upgrade from 9.0.0.4 to 9.0.1

...dolibarr/install/check.php?testget=ok
Database Prerequisites check:
Ok PHP Version 7.2.15
Ok This PHP supports variables POST and GET.
Ok This PHP supports sessions.
Ok This PHP supports GD graphical functions.
Ok This PHP supports Curl.
Ok This PHP supports UTF8 functions.
Ok Your PHP max session memory is set to 512M. This should be enough.
Ok Configuration file /etc/dolibarr/conf.php exists.
Ok Configuration file /etc/dolibarr/conf.php is writable.


I can't pass from this page. No links or another information

only a message in my diolibarrlog

main.inc: database version 9.0.0 is lower than programs version 9.0.1. Redirect to install page.
--- End access to /dolibarr/index.php

what can I do? I think my database is upgrade. Where is the database version recorded

Thanks
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upgrade to 9.0.1 problem 4 months 20 hours ago #36650

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Sorry, my fault. It's OK now
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upgrade to 9.0.1 problem 4 months 3 hours ago #36666

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Hello dear,

I have one question have you delete the old dolibaar folder after updating the dolibarrr to current version.
Last Edit: 4 months 3 hours ago by adnanbutt050.
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upgrade to 9.0.1 problem 3 months 3 weeks ago #36743

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After upgrading, the program is here :

http://localhost:8081/dolibarr/install/step5.php?versionfrom=8.0.0&versionto=9.0.0 (image 1)

but after clicking on "Access to Dolibarr" button, it returns to

http://localhost:8081/dolibarr/install/check.php?testget=ok (image 2)

and ask to make the upgrade, as if there were a loop...

Any idea ?
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