Migration from EasyEngine v3¶
Running WordOps install script¶
The first step to migrate from EasyEngine to WordOps is to run WordOps install script with the command :
wget -qO wo wops.cc && sudo bash wo
Before installing WordOps, the install script will backup all previous EasyEngine configurations. You will find them after the installation in
It will also create all new Nginx configurations before syncing the old nginx directory with the new one. This way, if you have added custom Nginx configuration, you will find them at the same place than before the migration.
Post installation steps¶
After installing WordOps, if all your sites are still working properly, you can start using WordOps the same way than EasyEngine. For sites previously created with EasyEngine, you will have to changes some settings in their configuration to use WordOps new configurations. This can be done with the command
wo site update or by editing manually their configuration with the command
wo site edit.
If some sites are still using php5.6 or php7.0 and are not compatible with newer PHP versions, do not change their vhost configuration. WordOps minimum and default PHP version is PHP 7.2. Additionally, sites previously created with
--w3tc will have to use another cache option as we deprecated this stack.
Updating site configuration¶
You have the choice between two method to update your site configuration :
With the command
wo site update(recommended)
Manually with the command
wo site edit
Using the command
wo site update¶
The easiest way to update your site with the new WordOps configurations is to use the command :
wo site update site.tld <options>
To update your sites configuration, you can enable PHP 7.3 on your site with the argument
--php73 and then disable it with the argument
--php73=off to use PHP 7.2.
This will regenerate your site Nginx vhost and apply the new configuration.
# enable PHP 7.3 to regenerate site configuration wo site update site.tld --php73 # disable PHP 7.3 to use PHP 7.2 (optional) wo site update site.tld --php73=off
Manually editing site configuration¶
You can edit sites configuration with the command :
wo site edit site.tld
You will be prompt to choose a text editor, if you are new to linux, we recommend you to choose nano.
In Nginx vhost configuration, you will find several lines beginning with
To use new WordOps configuration, you just have to replace the path of the configuration set after
include. For example
include common/locations.conf; have to be replaced by
Make sure to not remove the
; at the end of the line when updating Nginx configuration.
For all WordPress related configuration files like
wpfc-php7.conf, new configurations files are just named
There are some exceptions, list here :
|Previous configuration||New configuration|
Removing previous PHP version¶
If you do not need php5.6 and php7.0 anymore, you can safely remove them with the following commands :
# php5.6 apt-get -y autoremove php5.6-fpm php5.6-common --purge # php7.0 apt-get -y autoremove php7.0-fpm php7.0-common --purge
Upgrading MariaDB to 10.3¶
Before upgrading MariaDB, we strongly recommend you to perform a backup of your MySQL databases.
Backup your databases¶
You can backup your MySQL databases with this simple bash script :
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/VirtuBox/bash-scripts/master/backup/mysqldump/mysqldump.sh -O mysqldump.sh chmod +x mysqldump.sh
Then perform a full backup :
This will backup the whole MySQL server and store the gzipped dump in /var/www/mysqldump
Additionally you can make a copy of the
/var/lib/mysql directory :
sudo service mysql stop sudo cp -rf /var/lib/mysql /var/lib/mysql-bak sudo service mysql start
At first, you need to remove the current MariaDB-server installed. To do so, use the command :
sudo apt-get autoremove mariadb-server -y
Then you can reinstall the latest MariaDB-server version with WordOps :
wo stack install --mysql