I recently updated my site from 8.1.3 to 8.1.7. Following the installation guide I put my site in maintenance mode. But now my site is updated i can't leave maintenance mode. If I go to my sites adress i get the message that the site is in maintenance but i don't know where to go to take my site out of maintenance .
I'm receiving a 500 internal server error after attempting to update my site from Drupal 8.1.5 to 8.1.7.
After replacing /core, /vendor, and all the files in the top level directory, /update.php will only return a 500 error. This does not occur when navigating to /update.php with /core and /vendor from 8.1.5.
None of the files I am replacing are customized at all, and this did not occur last week when moving from 8.1.3 to 8.1.5.
I have a problem when I want to upgrade my site drupal 8. It is necessary to replace folder vendor. But I use geolocation which requierts geophp module with library from phayes which I install with composer. Then I do reinstall it for each upgrading. Is it normal?
First of all I am a complete Drupal novice. Just a sysadmin given this to do.
I am trying to update Drupal from 7.38 to 7.50 using the drush command line by following the (minor) update instructions on this site.
Each attempt fails silently. It goes through the process, tells me that it has updated to 7.50 but listing the packages (drush pml) shows that core is still at 7.38. The owner is still being prompted to update. So far I have only risked this on a test server.
When I upgraded my server for My website from ubuntu 14.04, I moved my drupal 8 installation. I've never done this before, but it didn't seem like it should be hard, so I just went for it. I regularly do mysql dumps of my database from a cron job that saves the files. Therefore, I simply ran mysql, and then source database.sql (Much longer name though). Then, I placed drupal in the appropriate location, and since 8.1.7 had come out, it was the new version.