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CrushFTP 9 is a separate install, and requires a CrushFTP 9 license code. Prior CrushFTP versions require purchasing an upgrade code to use in CrushFTP 9. [http://www.crushftp.com/pricing.html]. Download a fresh copy of CrushFTP 9 and extract it to a safe location. [http://www.crushftp.com/download.html]
CrushFTP 10 is a separate install, and requires a CrushFTP 10 license code. Prior CrushFTP versions require purchasing an upgrade code to use in CrushFTP 10. [http://www.crushftp.com/pricing.html]. Download a fresh copy of CrushFTP 10 and extract it to a safe location. [http://www.crushftp.com/download.html]
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!CrushFTP 6/7/8 Upgrade to CrushFTP 9 (scroll down below for upgrades from older versions):
!CrushFTP 6/7/8/9 Upgrade to CrushFTP 10:
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1.) Register your CrushFTP 9 license key within your current version at the admin>>about tab.\\
1.) Register your CrushFTP 10 license key within your current version at the admin>>about tab.\\
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*Do not replace your WebInterface folder, the CrushFTP 9 WebInterface folder is very different, and replacing it with the older folder would break CrushFTP 9.\\
*Do not replace your WebInterface folder, the CrushFTP 10 WebInterface folder is very different, and replacing it with the older folder would break CrushFTP 10.\\
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4.) Run CrushFTP 6/7 and click 'Remove Daemon / Service'. Alternatively you can run CrushFTP v9 and use its button to remove the service too.\\
4.) Run CrushFTP 6/7/8/9 and click 'Remove Daemon / Service'. Alternatively you can run CrushFTP v10 and use its button to remove the service too.\\
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5.) Make sure you have the "Java" folder in the CrushFTP v9 folder. OpenJDK13+ is recommended. Follow the readme.txt file.\\
5.) Make sure you have the "Java" folder in the CrushFTP v10 folder. OpenJDK13+ is recommended. Follow the readme.txt file in the CrushFTP folder.\\
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6.) Run CrushFTP v9.\\
6.) Run CrushFTP v10.\\
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8.) Login using the web browser to your server using your normal 'crushadmin' user. Go to the Admin, About tab and enter in your CrushFTP 9 license code if not registered on your prior CrushFTP version, from previous steps.\\
8.) Login using the web browser to your server using your normal 'crushadmin' user. Go to the Admin, About tab and enter in your CrushFTP 10 license code if not registered on your prior CrushFTP version, from previous steps.\\
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10.) Go to the services.msc and set the same user as you had on your prior CrushFTP 6/7 version, to run the CrushFTP 9 service. Restart the service for the changes to apply.
10.) Go to the services.msc and set the same user as you had on your prior CrushFTP 6/7/8/9 version, to run the CrushFTP 10 service. Restart the service for the changes to apply.
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11.) Update any paths in the prefs for SSH keys or SSL keystores to point to your new CrushFTP 9 folder.
11.) Update any paths in the admin, Preferences for SSH keys or SSL keystores to point to your new CrushFTP 10 folder.
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!!v6/v7/v8 to v9 Followup items:\\
!!v6/v7/v8/v9 to v10 Followup items:\\
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Copy over any custom logo images from your WebInterface folder, but do not overwrite any login.html files as CrushFTP 9 is different.\\
Copy over any custom logo images from your WebInterface folder, but do not overwrite any login.html files as CrushFTP 10 is different.\\
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If you want your statistics for reporting to transfer over from v6/v7/v8 to v9, then copy the statsDB folder too.\\
If you want your statistics for reporting to transfer over from v6/v7/v8/v9 to v10, then copy the statsDB folder too.\\
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If and __only if__ the SHA3 password hashing policy was enabled on the old version, and the users cannot log in after the upgrade, set edit the main server configuration file prefs.XML locate the <sha3_keccak> key, change it's value from __false__ to __true__
If and __only if__ the SHA3 password hashing policy was enabled on the old version, and the users cannot log in after the upgrade, edit the main server configuration file prefs.XML locate the <sha3_keccak> key, change it's value from __false__ to __true__
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!CrushFTP 4 or CrushFTP 5 Upgrade to CrushFTP 9:
1.) Register your CrushFTP 9 license key within your current version at the admin>>about tab.
2.) Run your prior CrushFTP version, and uninstall the daemon or service if its installed.
3.) Copy over your users folder, and prefs.xml file from the old version to the new version's folder.
! *Do not replace your WebInterface folder, the CrushFTP 9 WebInterface folder is very different, and replacing it with the older folder would break CrushFTP 9.
4.) Run CrushFTP 9.
[attachments|gui_setup.png]
5.) Click Create New Admin User. Create your own admin user that will be used for managing the server. Call it 'crushadmin'.
6.) Click "Start Temporary Server". The server will now be running and ready for use as long as you keep this window open.
7.) Login using the web browser to your server using the 'crushadmin' user you just created. Click the 'Admin' button in the upper left.
8.) Go to Preferences, and click on each server item. Verify to the right that each port (FTP,HTTP,SFTP) is set to use users from the correct User Connection Group. (Probably "MainUsers" or "lookup_21".)
[attachments|user_connection_group.png]
9.) Open the user manager, select the Convert All Users from the convert menu. (If you were already using CrushFTP 5.5 and above, this can be skipped.)
[attachments|convert_users.png]
10.) Test and verify things are working on the new server. If necessary, you can add or remove server groups in the [IP Servers] of the server prefs.
11.) Install the daemon / service again using the main CrushFTP application.
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- register your CrushFTP 9 license key in your old CrushFTP WebUi\\
- register your CrushFTP 10 license key in your old CrushFTP WebUi\\
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- copy over the files from the above steps for the Windows / OSX upgrade\\
- copy over the files from the above steps for the Windows / macOS upgrade\\
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- change dir into /var/opt/CrushFTP9/ \\
- change dir into /var/opt/CrushFTP10/ \\
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Copy over any custom logo images from your WebInterface folder, but do not overwrite any login.html files as CrushFTP 9 is different.\\
Copy over any custom logo images from your WebInterface folder, but do not overwrite any login.html files as CrushFTP 10 is different.\\
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''On OS X, these are in the app bundle. CrushFTP5.app/Contents/Resources/Java/''\\
''On CrushFTP4, you only had a DSA key located in the "conf" folder. CrushFTP4.app/Contents/Resources/Java/conf/''
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Optional: If you want your statistics for reporting to transfer over from v6/v7 to v9, then copy the statsDB folder too.\\
Optional: If you want your statistics for reporting to transfer over from v6/v7/v8/v9 to v10, then copy the statsDB folder too.\\
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!!CrushFTP4 upgrade troubleshooting tips.
v4 has a bit of a mess on its user connection groups. So when you look in the folder "users" you see MainUsers, lookup_21, lookup_80, etc.
Figure out which ones are correct. MainUsers is the default location since v5. But you can use the other named folders just fine too.
In the prefs, on the tab with the list of ports, down at the bottom is a list of the user connection groups. Remove or add them as appropriate to match up with the real ones you have based on the folder names in the users folder.
Then on each port, check to see what user connection group they are configured for. Assign them appropriately.
If you haven't done this then logins may fail when you start using CrushFTP9 as it can't find the users since they aren't associated to the port you are using.
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