CloneDeploy minor upgrades are incremental. Only 1.3.x can be directly upgraded to CloneDeploy 1.4.0.
- CloneDeploy 1.4.0 has removed installation support for 32-bit systems. If your CloneDeploy Server is not 64-bit, DO NOT attempt to upgrade.
- CloneDeploy 1.4.0 has deprecated all macOS support and removed all features relating to Apple or Munki. In the unlikely event you are using CloneDeploy for Apple, you must not upgrade.
- The Linux Imaging Environment has changed. If you are using the client iso / usb, you must generate a new one after the upgrade.
- All Kernels prior to 4.18.5 will no longer work with CloneDeploy 1.4.0. Kernels 4.18.5, 4.20.10 and 5.0RC7 have been included.
Backup / Export Database
mysqldump clonedeploy -v -u root -p > ~/cdbackup.sql
Retrieve Existing Password / Key
cat /var/www/html/clonedeploy/api/Web.config | grep clonedeploy
Make note of the uid and pwd values for the database connection string
cat /var/www/html/clonedeploy/api/Web.config | grep Encrypt
Make note of the DbEncryptionKey value
mv /var/www/html/clonedeploy/ /var/www/html/clonedeploy.old mv /tftpboot/ /tftpboot.old wget "https://sourceforge.net/projects/clonedeploy/files/CloneDeploy 1.4.0/clonedeploy-1.4.0.tar.gz" tar xvzf clonedeploy-1.4.0.tar.gz cd clonedeploy mkdir /var/www/html/clonedeploy cp -r frontend /var/www/html/clonedeploy cp -r api /var/www/html/clonedeploy cp -r tftpboot /
ln -s ../../images /tftpboot/proxy/bios/images ln -s ../../images /tftpboot/proxy/efi32/images ln -s ../../images /tftpboot/proxy/efi64/images ln -s ../../kernels /tftpboot/proxy/bios/kernels ln -s ../../kernels /tftpboot/proxy/efi32/kernels ln -s ../../kernels /tftpboot/proxy/efi64/kernels
chown -R www-data:www-data /tftpboot /var/www/html/clonedeploy
chown -R apache:apache /tftpboot /var/www/html/clonedeploy
Fix Mono Problem
sysctl fs.inotify.max_user_instances=1024 echo fs.inotify.max_user_instances=1024 >> /etc/sysctl.conf
Open /var/www/html/clonedeploy/api/Web.config with a text editor and change the following values:
xx_marker1_xx to the password that was noted earlier
Uid=root to the user that was noted earlier
xx_marker2_xx to the DbEncryptionKey that was noted earlier
Apply Web Interface Settings Changes
Login to CloneDeploy with an admin account.
Click Update when prompted to update the database.
Select Admin Settings->Image Profile Updater
Ensure the New Kernel says 4.20.10×64
Check all image profiles
Click Update Image Profiles
Select Admin Settings->Boot Menu
Click Create Boot Files
Fix ISO/USB Generation Bug
A bug in 1.4.0 has already been discovered that prevents the iso / usb generation from working properly. To fix:
and place it in /var/www/html/clonedeploy/api/bin/ , overwriting the original.