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litespeed_wiki:lsup [2013/12/16 20:26]
Michael [The lsup Command]
litespeed_wiki:lsup [2015/04/17 20:52] (current)
Michael Armstrong
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 ===== Location ===== ===== Location =====
  
-The ''​lsup''​ command is located at ''​$SERVER_ROOT/​admin/​misc/​lsup.sh''​. ​For my installation of LSWS, the command ​was thus:+The ''​lsup''​ command is located at ''​$SERVER_ROOT/​admin/​misc/​lsup.sh''​. ​In most CentOS installations, the command ​is thus:
  
   /​usr/​local/​lsws/​admin/​misc/​lsup.sh   /​usr/​local/​lsws/​admin/​misc/​lsup.sh
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   * ''​-f'':​ If you already have the version to be installed, the basic ''​lsup''​ command will abort. The ''​-f''​ option forces ''​lsup''​ to install even if the version you have is the same version as the LSWS to be installed. This can be useful if there has been a change in the build since you upgraded, but a new build has not yet been released.   * ''​-f'':​ If you already have the version to be installed, the basic ''​lsup''​ command will abort. The ''​-f''​ option forces ''​lsup''​ to install even if the version you have is the same version as the LSWS to be installed. This can be useful if there has been a change in the build since you upgraded, but a new build has not yet been released.
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   * ''​-v'':​ You can control what version you install with the ''​-v''​ option followed by a version number. (For example: ''​./​lsup.sh -v 4.2.2''​) This will allow you to downgrade to older versions if you run into a bug. Keep in mind, LiteSpeed only keeps the most recent few versions available. Much older versions are not available.   * ''​-v'':​ You can control what version you install with the ''​-v''​ option followed by a version number. (For example: ''​./​lsup.sh -v 4.2.2''​) This will allow you to downgrade to older versions if you run into a bug. Keep in mind, LiteSpeed only keeps the most recent few versions available. Much older versions are not available.
 +  * ''​-b'':​ Designates a build number. All versions start from build ''​0''​. To view what build you are currently using, view ''/​usr/​local/​lsws/​autoupdate/​build''​. Will automatically upgrade to the latest build of the designated version if ''​-b''​ is not set. (Only available for versions 5.0 and higher.)
 
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