|author||Pierre Schmitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2010-07-28 11:52:48 +0200|
|committer||Pierre Schmitz <email@example.com>||2010-07-28 11:52:48 +0200|
update to MediaWiki 1.16.0
Diffstat (limited to 'UPGRADE')
1 files changed, 11 insertions, 12 deletions
@@ -42,8 +42,7 @@ You can also obtain the new files directly from our Subversion source code
repository, via a checkout or export operation.
Replace the existing MediaWiki files with the new. You should preserve the
-LocalSettings.php file, AdminSettings.php file (if present), and the
-"extensions" and "images" directories.
+LocalSettings.php file and the "extensions" and "images" directories.
Depending upon your configuration, you may also need to preserve additional
directories, including a custom upload directory ($wgUploadDirectory),
@@ -51,8 +50,8 @@ deleted file archives, and any custom skins.
=== Perform the database upgrade ===
-You will need an AdminSettings.php file set up in the correct format; see
-AdminSettings.sample in the wiki root for more information and examples.
+You will need to have $wgDBadminuser and $wgDBadminpassword set in your
+LocalSettings.php, see there for more info.
From the command line, browse to the "maintenance" directory and run the
update.php script to check and update the schema. This will insert missing
@@ -69,8 +68,8 @@ behaviour of MediaWiki.
=== Check installed extensions ===
In MediaWiki 1.14 some extensions are migrated into the core. Please see the
-RELEASE-NOTES section "Migrated extensions" and disable these extensions in your
+HISTORY section "Migrated extensions" and disable these extensions in your
=== Test ===
@@ -172,10 +171,10 @@ should be replaced with:
=== Web installer ===
You can use the web-based installer wizard if you first remove the
-LocalSettings.php (and AdminSettings.php, if any) files; be sure to
-give the installer the same information as you did on the original
-install (language/encoding, database name, password, etc). This will
-also generate a fresh LocalSettings.php, which you may need to customize.
+LocalSettings.php file; be sure to give the installer the same
+information as you did on the original install (language/encoding,
+database name, password, etc). This will also generate a fresh
+LocalSettings.php, which you may need to customize.
You may change some settings during the install, but be very careful!
Changing the encoding in particular will generally leave you with a
@@ -185,8 +184,8 @@ lot of corrupt pages, particularly if your wiki is not in English.
Additionally, as of 1.4.0 you can run an in-place upgrade script from
the command line, keeping your existing LocalSettings.php. This requires
-that you create an AdminSettings.php giving an appropriate database user
-and password with privileges to modify the database structure.
+that you set $wgDBadminuser and $wgDBadminpassword with an appropriate
+database user and password with privileges to modify the database structure.
Once the new files are in place, go into the maintenance subdirectory and
run the script: