Getting Discourse healthy

I’m running 2.9.0.beta4 since running into a stuck upgrade that after numerous attempts app rebuild finally recovered.

In the UI (web or mobile) the app shows the version, the green happy face that I am up to date. When I click the update link, the update panel shows status of most components as “still upgrading”.

I can go through the command line steps and force an upgrade easily enough.

I’m concerned about another series of failed attempts and long recovery.

Anyone care to offer advice, or chime in on an approach to getting my instance stable and healthy?

Thank you!

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Hit the Reset Upgrade button?

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Thanks, this unstuck the UI.

I was able to successfully update the docker manager component.

Now at 20 minutes and counting on an “upgrade all” from the UI.

Hoping I am not revisiting my fun from the last update.

No messages in UI upgrade console after this:

$ /var/www/discourse/app/assets/javascripts/node_modules/.bin/ember build -prod
WARNING: Node v16.14.2 is not tested against Ember CLI on your platform. We recommend that you use the most-recent “Active LTS” version of Node.js. See ember-cli/node-support.md at master · ember-cli/ember-cli · GitHub for details.
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ultimately, the update seems to have hung via the web UI.

Recovery was ssh’ing in and doing an app rebuild.

I’ve no idea at all what is going wrong, or why.

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