Update Ghost 0.11.3 [Openshift]

According to Marco Ibarra, “This is the best available guide ANYWHERE!”

First. Let me tell you that it is just another update and I wouldn’t explain the new features as they have been explained here in every developer blog post. Just go and read it.

Second. I will also try to explain it briefly as I assume that you have read the other posts I wrote before here and here.

Note

Someone confirmed that this tutorial also worked for updating to the version 0.11.7. Read his comments (potatoefist) below.

Backup

Remember to always do a backup first before doing an upgrade.

  1. Go to your blog dashboard > Labs > then hit the Export button. This will export your settings and your content to a json file that you can import whenever you need it.
  2. Make a snapshot of your cartridge by using this command in your terminal rhc snapshot save . You can read about this here.

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Update Ghost 0.9.0 Using Openshift Quickstart

“right! the simplest and most efficient way to do it.” Said Fugabi.

Ghost recently released a new version of the CMS, and again, here are the steps or tutorial on how to update your Ghost to the version 0.9.0 for the users of Openshift Quickstart. This is the easier way to update your Ghost rather than this one I wrote before.

I assume that you already have a clone of your application (blog) in your local machine.

At first, I suggest you to take a look at the ‘update’ section below before doing the upgrade. Please 1.

Backup

Remember to always do a backup first before doing an upgrade. I suggest you to make a backup from your blog and your whole openshift gear (your application).

  1. Go to your blog dashboard > Labs > then hit the Export button. This will export your settings and your content to a json file that you can import whenever you need it.
  2. Make a snapshot of your cartridge by using this command in your terminal rhc snapshot save <app_name>. You can read about this in here.

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Update Ghost 0.8.0 Using Openshift Quickstart

I don’t know why the repository of Openshift Ghost Quickstart seems to be abandoned since January 2016. I mean, like there isn’t any activity from the developer behind the Openshift team. That’s why I initiated to start to write this post, because I believe that there are many of people like me trying to solve this problem. Yes, the problem to update the Ghost core to the recent version.

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