Updating Geo nodes involves performing:
- Version-specific update steps, depending on the version being updated to or from.
- General update steps, for all updates.
Depending on which version of Geo you are updating to/from, there may be different steps.
- Updating to GitLab 12.1
- Updating to GitLab 10.8
- Updating to GitLab 10.6
- Updating to GitLab 10.5
- Updating to GitLab 10.3
- Updating to GitLab 10.2
- Updating to GitLab 10.1
- Updating to GitLab 10.0
- Updating from GitLab 9.3 or older
- Updating to GitLab 9.0
To update the Geo nodes when a new GitLab version is released, update primary and all secondary nodes:
- Log into the primary node.
- Update GitLab on the primary node using Omnibus.
- Log into each secondary node.
- Update GitLab on each secondary node using Omnibus.
- Test primary and secondary nodes, and check version in each.
Now that the update process is complete, you may want to check whether everything is working correctly:
Run the Geo raketask on all nodes, everything should be green:
sudo gitlab-rake gitlab:geo:check
- Check the primary node’s Geo dashboard for any errors.
- Test the data replication by pushing code to the primary node and see if it is received by secondary nodes.
If you encounter any issues, please consult the Geo troubleshooting guide.