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On 12/07/2010 01:18 PM, Dan Gaibel wrote:
> I have recently inherited the responsibility of supporting a fairly
> complex web server running Zope 2.8.6 on Python 2.3.5. This
> configuration is currently on a Linux (Fedora Core) server and I
> would like very much to migrate to OS X Server Snow Leopard. It also
> seems to me that I should consider upgrading Zope to a more current
> release while I'm at it. We heavily use MySQL and associated
> products, LocalFS, and the Python Imagining Library. We have a
> variety of ZClass homegrown products as well.
> I know that I'm in for a headache no matter what, but I wonder if any
> of you folks could point me in the right direction or offer advice on
> the situation. Is it crazy to jump from 2.8.6 to 2.12? Does anyone
> use OS X Server for Zope? Is this migration a mistake? Any pitfalls I
> should be looking out for?
I would do this in small steps, e.g. first migrate to the new machine / OS:
- - Get Python 2.3.x installed on the OS/X server.
- - Build the latest Zope 2.8.* on that server.
- - Install and test products there in the same versions you now use.
- - Copy your old database over and test.
then upgrade the software stack:
- - Move carefully through the Zope releases (I would to 2.9, 2.10, and'
2.12), upgrading Python as needed to stay on a supported version.
- - Check for upgrades to the products, and their compatibility with
Zope versions. Test them, and your site. after each upgrade.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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