The release is definitely official - many sites have upgraded and
usegalaxy.org has been running it since September - I'm not sure if
there will release notes or not for the October release. We have not
abandoned release notes - the next release will have release notes.
I think there may be one database migration - so you may have to run
migrate_db.sh update as always - but there were no tool migrations so
this should be a relatively straight-forward update.
Galaxy's default configuration file structure has changed dramatically
- and this has affected some people that automate Galaxy deployments
and assume sample files are in particular locations - but for
long-running Galaxy instances all the files should already exist and
Galaxy provides backward compatibility that attempts to look for them
in the older locations - so no changes should be necessary. More
information can be found here
On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 1:43 PM, Lance Parsons <lpars...@princeton.edu> wrote:
> I see that the tags release_2014.10.06 and latest_2014.10.06 were created
> some time ago, but there was never any announcement. Are these considered
> officially released? Should I upgrade my instance to this version? Most
> importantly, are there any release notes so I can see what, if anything, I
> need to do to prepare for this update? Thanks.
> Lance Parsons - Scientific Programmer
> 134 Carl C. Icahn Laboratory
> Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
> Princeton University
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