Bug 1471469 - Cannot migrate from owncloud 9.1.5 to nextcloud 10.0.4 [NEEDINFO]
Cannot migrate from owncloud 9.1.5 to nextcloud 10.0.4
Status: NEW
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: nextcloud (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: James Hogarth
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Reported: 2017-07-16 03:15 EDT by Marek Greško
Modified: 2018-05-03 11:49 EDT (History)
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Description Marek Greško 2017-07-16 03:15:05 EDT
Description of problem:
I am not able to migrate from owncloud 9.1.5 to nextcloud 10.0.4 because it reports downgrade is not possible. As I searched for a solution it seems nextcloud 10.0.5 is needed tosolve the issue.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
10.0.4

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Get working owncloud.
2. Configure nextcloud.
3. Try to migrate from owncloud to nextcloud.

Actual results:

# sudo -u apache php /usr/share/nextcloud/occ upgrade
An unhandled exception has been thrown:
OC\HintException: [0]: Downgrading is not supported and is likely to cause unpredictable issues (from 9.1.5.2 to 9.1.4.2) ()


Expected results:
Seemless upgrade.

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Comment 1 bugzilla 2017-08-15 16:07:55 EDT
hello guys!

I've got the same issue.
If nextcloud 10.0.5 is the solution, is there a plan for release this version?
Even updates-testing doesn't provide an update to it.
Comment 2 Marek Greško 2017-08-16 04:33:26 EDT
Nextcloud 10.0.5 definitely is a solution. I prepared rpm packages myself, updated and it works.

But remember, the version 10.x of nextcloud is rather outdated now. It is better to upgrade to currently supported version.
Comment 3 Kamichr 2017-08-16 06:34:59 EDT
Hi Marek,

the issue is, that FC 26 doesn't ship NC 11.
The current versions of OC and NC are:

Name         : nextcloud
Version      : 10.0.4
Release      : 2.fc26

Name         : owncloud
Version      : 9.1.5
Release      : 1.fc26

If one (and I did) uses the migration description shipped with Fedora (/usr/share/doc/nextcloud/MIGRATION.fedora) then it is not possible to migrate due to the version mismatch.

NC should be updated to 10.0.5 anyway. CVE-2017-0893 would be fixed then (despite the low risk level).
Comment 4 Marek Greško 2017-08-16 09:01:13 EDT
Yes, fedora does not ship nextcloud 11. But nextcloud 10 is not supported any more. Only 11 and 12. It should not be a problem. Owncloud was upgraded from 8 to 9 as a regular update during fedora 24. Compare fedora 24 release and updates repositories. Definitely, at least 10.0.5 version is required to migrate.
Comment 5 bugzilla 2017-08-16 16:15:35 EDT
I can confirm that migration works with installed nextcloud version 10.0.5.
Comment 6 Russell Odom 2018-01-20 07:24:46 EST
Note that either bug 1444007 or 1433919 could fix this, depending on the exact versions eventually built.
Comment 7 Germano Massullo 2018-02-07 09:15:37 EST
(In reply to bugzilla from comment #5)
> I can confirm that migration works with installed nextcloud version 10.0.5.

James, can't we upgrade Nextcloud to 10.0.5 so that Owncloud users can migrate to Nextcloud, and then finally move to Nextcloud >= 11?
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