The following instructions assume that you have a standard Content Engine installation as described in the Escenic Content Engine Installation Guide. If this is not the case, then you may need to adjust some of the file paths specified in the instructions.
To upgrade from release ?? to release ??, you must:
Log in as
escenic on your assembly host.
Download the version ?? distribution to a temporary location by entering:
$ cd /tmp/ $ wget http://user:email@example.com/com/escenic/changelog/changelog/??/changelog-??.zip
Where user and password are the user name and password you have received from Escenic.
Remove the old version of Change Log Daemon from your Content Engine
$ mv /opt/escenic/engine/plugins/changelog/ /tmp/
Unpack the dowloaded installation package into the
$ cd /opt/escenic/engine/plugins/ $ unzip /tmp/changelog-??.zip
Re-assemble the Content Engine by running the
$ ece assemble
If you are installing everything on one host, then skip this step.
Log in as
escenic on each of your engine-hosts
/var/cache/escenic/engine.ear from the assembly-host.
If you have installed an SSH server on the assembly-host and SSH clients on your
engine-hosts, then you can do this as follows:
$ ssh engine-host-ip-address $ scp -r escenic@assembly-host-ip-address:/var/cache/escenic/engine.ear /var/cache/escenic/
engine-host-ip-address is the host name or IP address of one of your
assembly-host-ip-address is the host name or IP address of your
On each engine-host, deploy the EAR file by entering:
$ ece deploy
and then restart the Content Engine by entering:
$ ece restart
Check the additional upgrade tasks specified for the following changes and carry out any actions you think are necessary for your site: