I have Concrete installed on a website, and it was necessary to update the concrete version.
1- I made a backup ,.
2- I applied the update.
3- I made another backup
I get an error and a warning.
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/vhosts/mysite.com/verificadores/updates/concrete22.214.171.124_remote_updater/concrete/core/libraries/view.php:983) in /var/www/vhosts/mysite.com/verificadores/updates/concrete126.96.36.199_remote_updater/concrete/core/libraries/view.php on line 656
An unexpected error occurred.
mysqli error: [1054: Unknown column 'isScheduled' in 'where clause'] in EXECUTE("SELECT jID FROM Jobs WHERE isScheduled = 1 ORDER BY jDateLastRun, jID")
I tried to recover the backup I made before applying the update and it says "it has been completed with errors". According to Plesk, that message must be ignored because it actually restores the Backup.
So, I tried another way. I deleted the site and unzipped the Plesk backup file, but I could not solve it either, because when I tried to access the site, the Concrete5 installer appeared.
I have read information and it seems that this error is frequent, since it is updated concrete but the update of the Database fails.
What I want is for you to help me solve this problem.
You can also try to re-run the database queries by going to http://www.your-concrete5-site.com/index.php/tools/required/upgrade... and click the "click here" and re-run the update.
I get the following message:
Upgrading from 188.8.131.52
Upgrading to 184.108.40.206
To proceed with the upgrade, click below.
If you have a database and files backup I would strongly suggest doing that set of upgrades and see if your problems are fixed.
1- It is necessary to do what you have said.
2- Change the mode to "FPM".
3- Clean the cache.
I used to be in apache mode, and it gave me privilege errors when cleaning the cache.