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vB.Org Update
by Paul M
18 Nov 2016 01:11

The site is now running the latest 3.8.10 code - 3.8.10 Release Candidate 2.

This is not yet available for download, but assuming no issues crop up, the next set of releases for 3.8.10, 3.8.11, 4.2.4 & 4.2.5 are due before the end of November.

AliMadkour 21 Nov 2016 21:00

Finally :)

Paul M 21 Nov 2016 23:42

Finally ?

CarpCharacin 23 Nov 2016 18:21

yay

Phillip 23 Nov 2016 21:28

Awesome to see an update on here for the software. :)

Paul M 24 Nov 2016 14:07

Its actually the third update this year.

We will be moving onto 3.8.11 in early 2017.

Phillip 26 Nov 2016 19:52

Glad to see updates regularly on here, then. :)

alcazarx 03 Dec 2016 10:00

And when will be the seasonal update (advent)?
Your german counterpart -> http://forum.vbulletin-germany.com/forum.php already has... :rolleyes:

BirdOPrey5 07 Dec 2016 20:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by alcazarx (Post 2579079)
And when will be the seasonal update (advent)?
Your german counterpart -> http://forum.vbulletin-germany.com/forum.php already has... :rolleyes:

The version used on vBulletin Germany has no relevance to the version used here. Separate sites, separate owners/administrators.

RichieBoy67 08 Dec 2016 00:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul M (Post 2578340)
but assuming no issues crop up, the next set of releases for 3.8.10, 3.8.11, 4.2.4 & 4.2.5 are due before the end of November.

Is 4.2.4 or 4.2.5 safe to install now?

Paul M 08 Dec 2016 02:46

4.2.4 has been fine for a long time (its the vB4 equivilent of 3.8.10, which we have been running here since the summer).

4.2.5 is Beta now, so aside from occasional minor hiccups, it should run fine (the vB3 equivilent is 3.8.11, whch is running on the forumrunner site).

RichieBoy67 08 Dec 2016 20:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul M (Post 2579237)
4.2.4 has been fine for a long time (its the vB4 equivilent of 3.8.10, which we have been running here since the summer).

4.2.5 is Beta now, so aside from occasional minor hiccups, it should run fine (the vB3 equivilent is 3.8.11, whch is running on the forumrunner site).

Thanks, working well. I would have tried 4.2.4 but I do not feel like updating mysql again. I am one step behind the required version.

Paul M 11 Dec 2016 02:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by RichieBoy67 (Post 2579253)
I would have tried 4.2.4 but I do not feel like updating mysql again.

You're still running MySQL 4 ?

Why ?

RichieBoy67 11 Dec 2016 02:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul M (Post 2579313)
You're still running MySQL 4 ?

Why ?

I have 4.5.5 and I believe the beta required 4.5.6.. On mobile and do not have the info in front of me though so I could be off right now.

I have not updated MySQL yet to the latest version because I host a bunch of sites and not all of them are mine and i try to avoid restarting MySQL unless i absolutely have too.

With that being said I will probably be updating this upcoming week.:)

##Edit - My Version is 5.5.5, not 4.5.5

Paul M 11 Dec 2016 15:01

The minimum MySQL for 4.2.4 is 5.0.0 (for 4.2.5, its 5.5.8).

No one should still be running MySQL 4 these days, its about as old as PHP 4.


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