Trying to plan my next “apt-upgrade”:
have 18.104.22.168612212344 openhab core. openhab2-offline
If I understand correctly I have to update the repository:
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good news but also a breaking change for the "snapshot apt repository" users:
From now on the op…
export all of my things/items:
It would basically have the same limits as the JSON storage for supporting annotation with comments – the (de)serializer would have to read and write them in the correct places, and I doubt that would be good for resource consumption (processor, memory). There's a lot you can do in your own .things, .items, .cfg files, which all support comments.
backup all of my manually entered sitemaps etc:
Since today's snapshot build #579, you will notice that files have been moved around (see details
here), so you might have some hick-ups doing upgrades from previous snapshots (the apt package most likely does not yet work for an apt upgrade, sorry for that).
The good news is: The new folder layout should solve many issues in future regarding the upgrade process. All configuration that is stored in OSGi ConfigAdmin (e.g. settings that are done through Paper UI) are not lost anymore as they are…
then apt-upgrade and pray nothing breaks then “import” the elements backed up above?
Does this not sound like a brand new install and manual configuration as it looks to me like pretty much everything that is user configured is impacted.