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  • #16
    Just to throw in my 2 cents, my admincp was likewise showing version 3.6.4 after the upgrade. Since it was such a simple upgrade of copying over a handful of files, I really didn't think the problem was in FTPing them since I did that twice with the same results.

    We run APC cache on our system and so I also suspected the cache. Letting things sit overnight I found the upgrade shows now completed so it must have been a problem with the older PHP files being cached.

    So for others reading this and having the same problem, you might also consider your cache as well.

    Cheers! -- Rik

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    • #17
      Your version number will only change if you do a full upgrade.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Marco van Herwaarden View Post
        Your version number will only change if you do a full upgrade.
        Very interesting since we only uploaded the handful of changed files and our admincp definitely shows 3.6.5. Guess we did something wrong?

        Cheers! -- Rik

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Rik Brown View Post
          Very interesting since we only uploaded the handful of changed files and our admincp definitely shows 3.6.5. Guess we did something wrong?

          Cheers! -- Rik
          That's not possible since the version number is set in the database by the upgrade script. There is no way the version would be updated merely by uploading any files.
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          • #20
            i also am having this same exact problem from 3.5.4 to 3.6.5.


            i am using Ipswitch WS-pro FTP.
            tehdriven.com

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            • #21
              Make sure you have downloaded the 3.6.5 package with XML files, have uploaded all files overwriting the files on the server. Next run upgrade.php.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Marco van Herwaarden View Post
                Make sure you have downloaded the 3.6.5 package with XML files, have uploaded all files overwriting the files on the server. Next run upgrade.php.
                ours turned out to be an error in file upload/placement.

                thanks!
                tehdriven.com

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