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UISP - Beta Version Install Guide


This guide explains how to update to a specific version of the UISP application. This is intended to provide the user with the most recent UISP features and improvements. This article applies to the self-hosted UISP version, Cloud UISP does not support rolling back to previous versions or manually changing the current UISP version.

NOTES & REQUIREMENTS: Be advised that reverting back to the stable version may sometimes be possible only with a complete reinstall and related loss of data. We only recommend this feature for experienced users.

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How to Install a Specific UISP Version

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Use this guide if you want to try out the beta version of UISP.

ATTENTION: Always read the release notes carefully. Release notes contain important information about known issues with the latest release. Sometimes it may be necessary to perform specific actions before the update to be safe. For safety reasons we also strongly recommend creating a  backup of UISP before any update.
User Tip: All issues regarding non-final UISP versions are being discussed in the Beta section of our community forum. You have to be subscribed to Early Access.

Use installation script argument --version <version> to install a specific UISP version other than the latest official release. This is for testing purposes only. Downgrading to an earlier version will almost surely corrupt your existing data especially if the CRM module is enabled. In case it is necessary to downgrade, we strongly suggest uninstalling UISP, performing a clean install of the lower version, and applying the backup from that version. Upgrading to a newer -rc or -dev version, before it is officially released, can cause errors that will prevent further upgrades.

Use the --update flag to preserve the existing UISP configuration without having to specify all the installation arguments again.

curl -fsSL https://uisp.ui.com/v1/install > /tmp/uisp_inst.sh && sudo bash /tmp/uisp_inst.sh --version 1.1.0-beta.3 --update

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