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Joomla! 3.8 upgrade horror stories
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TOPIC: Joomla! 3.8 upgrade horror stories

Joomla! 3.8 upgrade horror stories 23 Jun 2018 11:54 #11056

Hello,

Reading through a lot of the posts on this forum, it looks like there are a ton of issues with updating from Joomla! 3.7 to Joomla! 3.8. Was the Joomla! 3.8 release properly vetted?It's really becoming very difficult for me to recommend to our users to update to Joomla! 3.8 because of all of these horror stories, despite Joomla! 3.8 being the only release that is "in life" at this time.Have all of these upgrade issues been isolated down to any particular source? Outdated components? Outdated themes? Low PHP settings? (max_execution, memory_limits, etc). I would really like to recommend to all of our hosting customers to upgrade to Joomla! 3.8 (3.8.1). But given the number of Joomla! scripts installed and the amount of upgrade problems I am seeing in this forum, I suspect the vast majority of these installations will break with the Joomla! 3.8 upgrade. I hate to point out a direct competitor, but WordPress does not seem to have as many issues with their upgrade process. And if they do, and it's caused by a plugin or theme, you can just rename the plugin and theme directories to reset. Joomla! does not appear to have a similar facility. Hoping for some clarity on how to go about recommending upgrading to Joomla! 3.8.

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:
forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?t=955496
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Thank you
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