Horde 5 is supposed to run on PHP 5.x - 7.4 and Horde 6 is supposed to run on PHP 7.4 - 8.x.
Also, the filesystem structure of Horde 6 is different. It is recommended NOT to run an inplace upgrade but backup all assets and start
- Copy existing installation's database to a new database. At the end of the installation the schema will be changed and no longer fit for Horde 5.
- Go to all Horde 5 apps, including horde base, and safe files like
- basically *.local.php
You normally don't need to keep these:
These come with the code.
Modifying these was not advisable even in horde 5.
The Web server's webroot needs to point to the /web subdirectory of the root project, not the top directory of the root project.
See fresh install docs for more detail.
git clone https://github.com/maintaina-com/horde-deployment.git
Mind the different structure:
old: horde/config/conf.php new: var/config/horde/conf.php old: horde/config/*.local.php new: var/config/horde/ old: horde/config/registry.d new: var/config/horde/registry.d/ old: horde/nag/conf.php new: var/config/nag/conf.php old: horde/nag/config/*.local.php new: var/config/nag/*.local.php etc
If your registry.local.php or registry.d/ snippet contains hardcoded webroot or fileroot, comment out these lines.
composer require horde/kronolith ^5 composer require horde/turba ^5 composer require horde/passwd ^6 composer require horde/mnemo ^5 composer require horde/content ^3 composer require horde/timeobjects ^3 composer require horde/imp ^7
Goto the horde/admin/config screen. Check for all apps if there are new settings which need configuration.