Manual Upgrade using fresh install and original database

Last modified by Brent W Peterson on Wed, January 28, 2015 11:23
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  - Identify external components that need to function with new version, review on Magento integration options (i.e. does it make sense to make the external app a Magento app or leave it as an external app)   - Identify external components that need to function with new version, review on Magento integration options (i.e. does it make sense to make the external app a Magento app or leave it as an external app)
    *  This also includes API's that are running and/or loading Mage out side of Magento. Sometimes it make sense to move these external apps to proper Magento extensions.     *  This also includes API's that are running and/or loading Mage out side of Magento. Sometimes it make sense to move these external apps to proper Magento extensions.
-  - Check that all your Magento indexes are up to date+  - Index your site, then make sure indexing and cache are disabled
  - Dump old database and restore in new database   - Dump old database and restore in new database
    *  mysqldump -u user -p 'password' -h host olddatabase > yourdump.sql     *  mysqldump -u user -p 'password' -h host olddatabase > yourdump.sql