Upgrading piler enterprise#

This documentation applies to Piler enterprise edition 1.7.2

Revision #1

Publication date: Apr 27, 2023

Upgrading procedure from 1.6.2 to 1.7.2#

Have a backup of /etc/piler directory#

Upgrade piler-ee package with dpkg or rpm#

Update your license file (/etc/piler/piler.lic)#

Upgrade the database:#

for i in /var/piler/sphinx/piler $(find /var/piler/sphinx/* -type d); do
  mysql --defaults-file=/etc/piler/.my.cnf $(basename $i) < /usr/share/piler/db-upgrade.sql
  mysql --defaults-file=/etc/piler/.my.cnf $(basename $i) <<< "rename table archiving_rule to exclusion_rule"

Update the rewrite rules in /etc/piler/piler-nginx.conf according to /etc/piler/piler-nginx.conf.dist#

Upgrade the minio python client#

pip3 install minio==7.1.12

If you already use S3 backend#

Add the following to /etc/piler/piler.conf to keep compatibility:


If using sphinxsearch, then perform these steps:#

a) add the following to /etc/piler/config-site.php:

$config['DIR_SPHINX'] = '/var/piler/sphinx/';

b) be sure to have the following in /etc/piler/piler.conf:


c) Create the following symlink:

ln -sf /etc/piler/sphinx.conf /etc/piler/manticore.conf

Restart nginx:

systemctl restart nginx

Then check /var/log/mail.log or /var/log/maillog to verify that everything is running fine.