Commit a5003f4b authored by jhodgdon's avatar jhodgdon Committed by eojthebrave

Issue #2831910 by jhodgdon: Topic security-update-core: Clarify using the archive file

parent e779da50
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
......@@ -35,7 +35,19 @@ $settings['update_free_access'] = TRUE;
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads] and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal 8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command like:
+
+----
+tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
+----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
......
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
......@@ -42,26 +42,41 @@ might be using.
. Put your site in maintenance mode. See <<extend-maintenance>>.
. Download the latest version of Drupal 8.x core manually
from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core Downloads]
and extract it to a backup or temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). You can also use Drush by
navigating to the backup or temporary directory on the server and entering this
command:
. Download the tar.gz or zip file archive for the latest version of Drupal
8.x core from https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal[_Drupal.org_ Drupal Core
Downloads]. See <<install-prepare>> for more details on how to find the latest
version.
. Upload the archive file to your web hosting server.
. Extract the archive file to a temporary directory on your server (should be
outside the directory where the site is hosted). For example, if you have
terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command
like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
. You can also use Drush to download the archive and extract it in one step, by
navigating to the temporary directory on the server and entering this command:
+
----
drush dl drupal
----
. Delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories, and all files that are not in a
subdirectory, including _.htaccess_, _composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't
delete custom and customized files because you may end up losing the custom
functionality stored in them.
. In your site hosting directory, delete the _core_ and _vendor_ directories,
and all files that are not in a subdirectory, including _.htaccess_,
_composer.json_, and _autoload.php_. Don't delete custom and customized files
because you may end up losing the custom functionality stored in them.
. Upload the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you may have deleted during the preceding step from the newly
downloaded code base (in our case, _drupal-8.0.0-beta14_) to your site directory
(version _8.0.0-beta13_).
. Copy the _core_ and _vendor_ directories and the non-custom/non-customized
files that you deleted in the preceding step from the temporary directory to
your site directory.
. Run the _update.php_ script using either of the following:
+
......
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