I have an outdated version that is running locally behind a firewall with a single set of IP addresses open to my SIP provider.
It is running the following -
Current PBX Version: 18.104.22.168
Current System Version: 12.7.6-2002-2.sng7
Sometime over the weekend, it looks like it pulled some critical updates and now a bunch of modules are outdated. They seam to all route back to this message - *FreePBX version 15.0.23 or higher is required, you have 22.214.171.124"
What is the best way to get back to a stable version? I don’t need latest, but would like it to work.
Have you tried logging into the CLI of the unit through SSH and tried running.
fwconsole ma upgradeall --force
Not yet, will do it tonight.
Do I need to apply the system updates as well and if so, should they be done first or second.
I’m trying to be more careful than usual as the backup/restore module is disabled so I have less of a safety net.
Typically I do system updates first and then FreePBX updates but I am not sure that it really matters. The combined command for that is.
yum update -y && fwconsole ma upgradeall --force
You might want to spend a few minutes setting up a backup before that and at least doing a local backup of your system.
Thanks. I was able to find the last automatic backup directory (scheduled for every Sunday) and downloaded it to my desktop machine.