Hardware: VPS bought online / Old laptop or computer / Raspberry Pi at home / Internet Cube with VPN / Other ARM board / …
YunoHost version: 126.96.36.199
I have access to my server : Through SSH | through the webadmin | direct access via keyboard / screen | …
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If yes, please explain:
Hello everyone. Help… I’ve made a mistake. I think.
When it became available I upgraded to 4.4.x.x, I was then given the option to do the migration in Tools > Migrate, which for some reason didn’t complete. I was able to go back and I have a fully working YNH server (whew!), I refused the migration when it became available to me after a restore as I was a bit nervous. I have everything on my YNH server, mail, websites everything. I’m on a QNAP virtual machine which takes twice daily snapshots so I do have a back up of sorts, indeed I used it to go back when the migration failed the first time which is why I was offered the migration a second time.
I am now on 188.8.131.52 I have been updating this part almost daily as they have become available.
Today I thought I’d try again and do the migration. Of course it is not available in the Tools > Migration menu in the WebGUI becuase I skipped the migration, so I did a:
sudo yunohost tools migrations run
Thinking, stupidly that that might work. It didn’t of course, I got:
Info: No migrations to run
Of course it wont work, there are no migrations showing in the WebGUI… doh!
So the question is. Is it possible to force the migration to be available again so that I can do a full upgrade? or can I set it off using the CLI via SSH?
Any help or advice is of course gratefully welcome.