Zoph/Upgrading

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Upgrading Zoph is a relatively simple process; it consists of moving the php, javascript, language and image files into your web root (beware that you may want to keep your config.inc.php) and running an SQL script that makes the database changes. More details about this process and special instructions per version are described below.

Zoph 0.9.6 to 0.9.7[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.6. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

If you use the CLI client, you should copy it to a path that's in your $PATH

cp cli/zoph /usr/bin

Database changes[edit | edit source]

  • There are no database changes in v0.9.7

Deprecated configuration[edit | edit source]

I will be removing the ssl.force, url.http and url.https configuration option in a future release. Currently Zoph does not yet warn for this, but it will in the next version. If your setup requires setting these functions, please comment on issue#100

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Zoph 0.9.5 to 0.9.6[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.5. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

If you use the CLI client, you should copy it to a path that's in your $PATH

cp cli/zoph /usr/bin

Database changes[edit | edit source]

  • Execute zoph-update-0.9.6.sql:
mysql -u zoph_admin -p zoph < sql/zoph_update-0.9.6.sql

Changes this script makes:

  • Give several timestamp fields a default value, because as of MySQL 5.7.4 "0000-00-00 00:00:00" is no longer a valid date in the default configuration (this was reverted in MySQL 5.7.8)
  • Set person_id in the zoph_users table to have a default of NULL instead of "0"
  • Drop the column contact_type from zoph_places, as it was not used as of Zoph 0.3.3 (!)

Zoph 0.9.4 to 0.9.5[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.4. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

If you use the CLI client, you should copy it to a path that's in your $PATH

cp cli/zoph /usr/bin

Database changes[edit | edit source]

There are no database changes in v0.9.5

Zoph 0.9.3 to 0.9.4[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.3. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

Database changes[edit | edit source]

  • Execute zoph-update-0.9.4.sql:
mysql -u zoph_admin -p zoph < sql/zoph_update-0.9.4.sql

Changes this script makes:

  • Add a field that stores whether or not new subalbums should be automatically granted permission
  • Add new colour schemes

Zoph 0.9.2 to 0.9.3[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.2. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

Database changes[edit | edit source]

  • Execute zoph-update-0.9.3.sql:
mysql -u zoph_admin -p zoph < sql/zoph_update-0.9.3.sql

Changes this script makes:

  • Resize the password field to allow store bigger hashes
  • Add fields to the user table to allow for new access rights
  • Add 'created by' fields to the albums, categories, places, people and circles tables

Zoph 0.9.1 to 0.9.2[edit | edit source]

  • If you want to upgrade from an older version, first follow the instructions to upgrade to 0.9.1. It is not necessary to install older versions first, you can just install the current version and follow the upgrade instructions below.
  • As of this version, the language files are in the php dir, and no longer need to be copied or moved separately

Copy files[edit | edit source]

Copy the contents of the php directory, including all subdirs, into your webroot.

cp -a php/* /var/www/html/zoph

Database changes[edit | edit source]

  • Execute zoph-update-0.9.2.sql:
mysql -u zoph_admin -p zoph < sql/zoph_update-0.9.2.sql

Changes this script makes:

  • Add previously missing 'random' sortorder to preferences
  • Resize Last IP address field so IPv6 addresses can be stored
  • Database changes for 'circles' feature
  • Create a VIEW on the database to speed up queries for non-admin users

Older versions[edit | edit source]

For upgrades from an older version of Zoph: Zoph/Upgrading/Archive