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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielNL View Post
    Thank you! Probably not deleted the old sqlitedb then...
    That post makes absolutely no sense. You didn't understand the post your quoted at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    That post makes absolutely no sense. You didn't understand the post your quoted at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Just overwriting the server folder with the extracted package content can never kill or overwrite your server settings.

    You did not paste or delete the old ts3server.sqlitedb.
    This file or a backup of that file is needed to get your stuff back.

    I did overtake post #1 and did add a how to upgrade.
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    Yes i also did not really understand the reply.

    So let me split that sentence.
    You did not paste the old ts3server.sqlitedb into the server folder.
    OR
    You did delete the old ts3server.sqlitedb from the server folder.
    Both are cases that will whipe your server and it's settings.
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  4. #19
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    Wait, so NOT overwrite ALL files? I am surprised, the upgrade txt doesn't say to NOT overwrite that file, it just says "overwrite all files"... But ok now I learned and I hope others will learn about this before doing same mistake!

    overwrite all existing files in your servers installation folder with the
    new versions from the download package.

    d) Select and copy all files from the newly generated directory "teamspeak3-server_win32" into
    your existing server installation directory

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    You have to overwrite all files. Because there is no .sqlitedb file in the new files, it will not overwrite any. Makes sense, doesn't it?

    You should not host a server if you don't know that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    You have to overwrite all files. Because there is no .sqlitedb file in the new files, it will not overwrite any. Makes sense, doesn't it?

    You should not host a server if you don't know that.
    Then explain me why it asked me for an access key after "update"...

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    I answered this already
    You did not paste the old ts3server.sqlitedb into the server folder.
    OR
    You did delete the old ts3server.sqlitedb from the server folder.
    Use a backup or the right ts3server.sqlitedb to get everything back.
    There is no way to get it solved if you don't have that old file.
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    Still I had that old file in there (as it wasn't overwritten) and still it asked me for a "Berechtigungsschlüssel".

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    That's impossible.

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    Upgrade from 3.0.11.2 to 3.0.13.6 on Linux

    My teamspeak3 server runs on my Linux machine as a service so I first stopped the service before doing the update.
    I then backed up my teamspeak3 directory in case of issues so I could roll back.
    I extracted the new version of the server specifically telling tar to overwrite existing files.
    I then restarted the service. All good, no issues came up.

    So my problem is that in my teamspeak3 client it still reports the old version number as the server version!

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    Updating Server

    How do I update the server to newest version without losing my information? I am updating from 3.0.10.3 to 3.0.13.6 both 32 bit. I did read the server_upgrade.txt -

    >>>Actually, updating a server is very easy. Just download the latest TeamSpeak 3 Server release from
    our downloads page and overwrite all existing files in your servers installation folder with the
    new versions from the download package.

    Example for Windows 32-Bit:

    a) Navigate your web browser to http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads
    b) Unzip the download package "teamspeak3-server_win32-<VERSION>.zip" to a directory of your
    choice
    c) Shutdown your running TeamSpeak 3 Server instance
    d) Select and copy all files from the newly generated directory "teamspeak3-server_win32" into
    your existing server installation directory
    e) Start your TeamSpeak 3 Server instance
    f) Use the TeamSpeak 3 Client to connect to a virtual server running in your TeamSpeak 3 Server
    instance and click the server name to verify that your server has been updated successfully

    I did all this and nothing works. Reading the other posts in this forum the way to update is clear as mud.
    So why does this forum say solved when nothing is solved and I can't get a response? Why did a moderator move my post? Is there any support?
    Last edited by Lonewolfee1; February 22nd, 2017 at 05:41 PM. Reason: merged

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    Hello. How would I go on and update from 3.0.13.6 to 3.0.13.8 on a Ubuntu headless server?
    I didn't install it from the Ubuntu repo, I installed it from downloads here. I do not remember which guide I followed, but I installed it as a new user.
    Last edited by dante696; October 12th, 2017 at 11:43 AM. Reason: moved from http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/126319-Discussion-TeamSpeak-3-Server-3-0-13

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    Update TeamSpeak Server ?

    Hi !

    How I can update my teamspeak 3 server ?
    For information, i'm on debian 8.

    Thanks for your probably perfect answer !
    Last edited by dante696; April 7th, 2018 at 11:18 PM. Reason: merged

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    Update from an older Teamspeak-Version

    Hey,

    My Question: How can i easily update from 3.0.13.6 to 3.2.0 without recreate my Database.
    I use MariaDB and MySQL.

    Thanks

    X-Ray
    Last edited by dante696; July 8th, 2018 at 08:31 PM. Reason: merged

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    A Is there a possibility to upgrade teamspeak?

    I have teamspeak on the source / linux / debian 8 And when downloading the update it will download me the bz2 file ... but when i look into the folders over winscp i can not see the bz2 folder here? Which name should I focus on and rename the bz2 file to update it?

    Thank you in advance for help :3

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