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We have Magento CE 1.9.3.4.

Using Magento Connect, I see we have updates available (up to 1.9.3.7).

When I first started upgrading, I got a whole lot of lines like:

Package community/Lib_Varien 1.9.2.7 conflicts with: community/Mage_Core_Modules 1.9.2.4

I read this answer, which suggests deleting /pkginfo/Mage_All_latest.txt.

I did this, and now the upgrade commences, but the console window keeps repeating the text:

Checking dependencies of packages

Cleaning cache

Checking dependencies of packages

Cleaning cache
..............

I refreshed the page, and tried the upgrade again, and now receive:

Checking dependencies of packages
Already installed: community/Mage_All_Latest 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Interface_Adminhtml_Default 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Interface_Frontend_Default 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Interface_Install_Default 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Downloader 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Centinel 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Interface_Frontend_Base_Default 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Phoenix_Moneybookers 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Compiler 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Magento_Mobile 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Cm 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Cm_RedisSession 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Interface_Frontend_Rwd_Default 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Core_Adminhtml 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Core_Modules 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Js_Ext 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_LinLibertineFont 2.8.14.13, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Js_TinyMCE 3.5.11.12, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Varien 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Google_Checkout 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Js_Calendar 1.51.1.13, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Js_Mage 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Phpseclib 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Mage_Locale_en_US 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Mage 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Magento 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Credis 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Pelago 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Unserialize 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_IDNA2 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_ZF 1.12.10.12, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_Js_Prototype 1.9.3.7, skipping
Already installed: community/Lib_ZF_Locale 1.12.10.12, skipping

Cleaning cache

Checking dependencies of packages
..............

and this last crop of messages just repeats in a circle.

Help appreciated.

  • Did you try upgrading Mage_All_Latest only, instead of full upgrade? – Ricky Odin Matthews Nov 30 '17 at 12:00
  • HI @RickyOdinMatthews I don't understand how to do that. Can you help me understand? – Steve Nov 30 '17 at 12:43
  • are you using Magento connect or the commandline? – Ricky Odin Matthews Dec 1 '17 at 11:54
  • Magneo Connect, @RickyOdinMatthews. – Steve Dec 2 '17 at 9:25
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You have to find in your Magento root directory 'pkginfo' folder and delete inside of this folder Mage_All_Latest.txt. After this go to the Magento Connect Manager, click on the 'Check for Updates' button. After this find among the all modules in the list 'Mage_All_Latest' and choose in its dropdown 'Upgrade to 1.9.3.7 (stable)'. In the end push 'Commit Changes' button.

  • I've tried this Vladishev. Please re-read the question. :-) – Steve Dec 6 '17 at 11:41
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    Try to remove all the files from var/package/ folder (just cut it and paste to some temporary folder) - it contains information about your current modules (e.g. Interface_Frontend_Rwd_Default-1.9.3.6.xml). Also clean the downloader/.cache folder - just in case. – Vladishev Dec 7 '17 at 12:35
  • When I moved the contents of /var/package/ to /var/package(temp), and click "Check for Updates" in Magento Connect, my only options for each module became Reinstall / Uninstall. If I move the contents of /var/package(temp) back to /var/package the issue remains. – Steve Dec 8 '17 at 11:08
  • Hi Vlad. Although the only options are Reinstall / Uninstall, I notice the version of modules are 1.9.3.7, which is the latest version, so I think you've fixed it for me. – Steve Dec 16 '17 at 10:38
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I uninstalled Mage_All_Latest, then upgraded successfully.

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You can easily upgrade to the latest version of Magento 1.x by running the following commands one by one from your Shell/Command Prompt

./mage mage-setup .
./mage sync
./mage install http://connect20.magentocommerce.com/community Mage_All_Latest --force
  • I tried this, but mage-setup & ./mage were not found. I downloaded a copy of Magento 1.9.3.7 but there was no mage folder in this either. – Steve Dec 16 '17 at 10:32
  • @Steve mage is not a directory. It is an executable file located in the root directory of your Magento instance. – N. Karthic Kannan Dec 18 '17 at 8:09

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