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Wed 14 Oct 2015

El Capitan Server Upgrading

Category : Technology/ElCapitanUpgradingAftermath.txt

I’ve finished moving my live server to El Capitan. It took too long. This is the first time I’ve done an upgrade instead of a clean install. I upgraded from Mavericks, actually, rather than Yosemite, and I’m already seeing quite a few problems.

For example, the Apache files on my upgraded Mac Mini look to be different from the Apache files on my development machines, which I’ve always kept clean by doing clean installs (mostly). So my web server couldn’t start up and it took a while to debug it. Mail and the DNS server both started up fine.

But I’m having problems with the Keychain. My apps can’t seem to be able to save passwords onto the upgraded Mac Mini’s keychain.

So, quite a few puzzles to sort out.  It wasn’t as smooth as I hoped it would be.

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