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How to update GLPI

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In this tutorial I will explain how to update GLPI.

Before updating GLPI, I strongly recommend that you make a full backup (file + database).

Once your backup is done, you should also check the following:

  • If you use plugins, that they are compatible with the new version
  • That your environment is compatible (Apache / IIS, PHP, Mysql / MariaDB …)
  • Read the feedback on the update especially in case of major release

Some updates pose more problem (bug) than they correct (I do not speak specifically of GLPI) ….

Update GLPI

1. Go to the official website https://glpi-project.org/downloads/ and download the latest version.
Page de téléchargement

2. Uncompress the archive by sending its contents to the server.
Transfert

3. Once the transfer is complete, open a web browser and go to the local address of GLPI, a page appears indicating that the database is not in the correct version, click on Update 1> >.
Page de mise à jour

4. A confirmation message appears indicating that the database is up to date, click on Use GLPI 1 .
GLPI, base de données à jour

5. An alert message appears indicating the presence of the install folder.
Message de sécurité

6. In the web server folder, delete or rename the install 1 folder.
Renommer le dossier install

7. Refresh the page, alert should not be displayed, you must now reactivate the plugins, click on Configuration 1 then Plugins 2 .
Aller à la configuration des plugins

8. For each plugin, click the Enable 1 button.
Activer les plugins

9. The update is now complete.



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