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autoupdate module

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Hi, i wanted to try the core update module but i get the following message:

Found modules which can disturb operations of this module. Please disable them. These modules are:

  • autoupgrade

I can't find this module.

Does somebody know where i can find this module and how i can solve the so i can use this module ?

Thanks

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You cant find it in bo->Modules & services?  Did you do a migration from Prestashop to tb?  Sounds like a left-over from a prestashop setup.  Assuming you have a ftp backup of your files, delete the folder /modules/autoupgrade.

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Hi @SLiCK_303 thanks for your reply.

i did migrate from PS to TB, but this was about 1,5 year ago. I did found the folder and deleted it from within Plesk. This i did before i made the post. Unfortunately i still get this error, so i thought maybe i forgot someting.

Any idea what else may be the problem ?

thanks

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Before modifying your database please do a backup of it first.

Look at your database (phpMyAdmin).  Look at ps_modules (or whatever your prefix is) and order by 'name', look for autoupgrade in the 'name'. Note the 'id_module' field, then delete that entry if you find it.  Next, assuming you found the autoupgrade module in the previous step,  look at ps_module_access, order by 'id_module', delete all three entries that correspond to the autoupgrade modules 'id_module'. Next...look at ps_module_group, and sort by 'id_module' you should find 4 entries with the same id as the module, delete them.

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@SLiCK_303 thank for taking the time in helping me out.  The message is gone now, but now i get the following javascript error:

 Processing log (request failed, see JavaScript console):

Below is what i get:

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jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4 POST https://domainname/admin/index.php?controller=AdminCoreUpdater&token=b849331f2819c9f40aa45e0b8662d764&action=processCompare&ajax=1 500


send @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
ajax @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
processAction @ controller.js:127
success @ controller.js:187
j @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2
fireWith @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2
x @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
b @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
XMLHttpRequest.send (async)
send @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
ajax @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:4
processAction @ controller.js:127
(anonymous) @ controller.js:42
j @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2
fireWith @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2
ready @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2
K @ jquery-1.11.0.min.js:2


controller.js:210 Request to https://domainname/admin/index.php?controller=AdminCoreUpdater&token=b849331f2819c9f40aa45e0b8662d764&action=processCompare&ajax=1 failed with status 'rejected'.

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Any idea what the problem might be this time ?

Thanks

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controller.js:210 Request to https://domainname/admin/index.php?controller=AdminCoreUpdater&token=b849331f2819c9f40aa45e0b8662d764&action=processCompare&ajax=1 failed with status 'rejected'.

For the records, this is a common message for failed Ajax requests. Which usually means a problem on the PHP side, so one likely finds more help in the thirty bees or the Apache/PHP error logs.

 

That said, Core Updater v1.0.0 chokes on large ( > ~60 MiB) files in the file system. They just have to exist. That's why a fixed version was just released, v1.0.1:

https://github.com/thirtybees/coreupdater/releases/tag/1.0.1

 

P.S.: this version should also show up in the modules list in back office.

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@Traumflug Thank you. After the update everything went almost fine. I have my site running on TB 1.0.3. I could upgrade to 1.04, 1.05 , 1.06 and 1.07 without a problem. 
However, when upgrading to 1.08 the site didn't function anymore. Downgrading to 1.0.7 went without any problem

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Upgraded all modules and store from a 1.0.4 installation to a 1.0.8, and it all went seamless! Thank you for all the great work you guys do! Finally it seems like we don't have to prepare for the worst when upgrading! Switching to thirty bees has been nothing but a joyride for us. Thanx a lot! 

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