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Old 10-20-2021, 03:46 PM
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Need update instructions - 32 bit 9.2.2.931 to 9.2.6

I would like to update my 32 bit Sage server to 9.2.6, and my android client to 1.9.1 to take advantage of all the great work that's been put into them over the last year or so by Josh and wnjj. I'm hoping that the sig file below describes my current server and software environment sufficiently. I primarily use SageTV to watch recordings remotely, using the android client on a Firestick 4K on a somewhat slow set of connections. I'm currently using a sideloaded beta client published by Josh some time ago and an updated Jar for 9.2.2 and that's been working pretty darn well; hoping to clear up some halts and time shifting glitches.

Is the SageTV server update process as simple as...
1. Stop the Sage and OpenDCT services
2. Save a copy of the current directory
3. Install 9.2.6
4. Copy over the existing wiz.bin and sage.properties files
5. Start Sage and OpenDCT services

Anything I'm missing?

Is there a way to use 9.2.2 and test 9.2.6 at the same time?
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Old 10-20-2021, 05:28 PM
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I would always start the process with a copy of the entire SageTV folder as a just in case.

Then simply run the 32 bit installer for 9.2.6. It will perform the upgrade of the current install. As long as you do a 32 bit to 32 bit install then it should be that simple. No need to copy anything after.

If you want to go from 32bit to 64 bit then that is a FRESH install of the 64 bit server in a new folder (which it would be anyway if you use the defaults) and then run it once for base config. Stop it and copy in wiz.bin and then restart and install all your plugins.

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Old 10-20-2021, 06:53 PM
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Thanks, K! So simple!
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