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  • nexialys
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    this is not the support forum, as it is for PRE-sales... but, i can resume:

    1- vb 3.0.x will work on your upgraded servers without being updated (the forums)
    2- the forums may be updated later or before... if you do it before, keep backups.

    welcome in the family... (i'm a Michaud too)

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  • Steve Machol
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    To get vB support on these forums you first need to be a licensed customer and register for Priority Forum Support. To do this, please go here:

    http://members.vbulletin.com/membersupport_priority.php

    ...and enter your email address in one of the boxes. You'll need to have your customer number and password to access the page.

    Once you've done this, please post in the appropriate support forum for your version.

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  • Pete Michaud
    started a topic Upgrading Possibilities

    Upgrading Possibilities

    I have a server with two different licensed vBulletins on it, and I'd like to upgrade the server. Currently I'm on mysql 3.23, and php 4.3, I'd like to go to php 5.2 and mysql 5. The vBs are 3.0.7 and 3.0.0

    I think what I'll need to do is upgrade both at the same time, but I'm not sure how to go about doing it. I don't think vB 3.6.8 will work with mysql 3.x, and mysql/php 5 will break 3.0.0, if I understand correctly.

    What is the best way to approach this situation?
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