Frequently Asked Questions
Remember, you can upgrade Magento with the command line only if you set up the software by:
Step 1. Make the following prerequisites:
Do this to install the plugin:
composer require magento/composer-root-update-plugin=~1.0 --no-update
To update dependencies:
Step 2. Managing packages:
Make a backup copy of your composer.json file.
Add or remove specific packages based on your needs.
composer remove magento/product-community-edition --no-update
Specify Magento 2 packages by including the edition and version you want to upgrade to in the upgrade command:
composer require magento/product-community-edition=2.4.7 --no-update
composer require magento/product-enterprise-edition=2.4.7 --no-update
Step 3. Updating meta:
Update the "name", "version", and "description" in the composer.json file bases on your needs.
After that, apply the updates:
Now clean the var/ and created/ subdirectories:
rm -rf var/cache/*
rm -rf var/page_cache/*
rm -rf generated/code/*
Update the schema and database data with the following Magento setup upgrade command:
Disable maintenance mode.
Restart Varnish if you use it to cache pages:
service varnish restart
Step 4. Check the work:
Open the URL of your page in a browser to check if the update was successful. If the update was unsuccessful, then your page will not load as expected.
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