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In one click upgrade i get the error: "Error Unable to check md5 files" and the Difference between versions animation keeps spinning. Any ideas what the problem is? Please see the attached image.

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well, it would seem that it does not work.  I'm not sure who "others" are, but I have yet to see a success story using 1-click upgrade to v1.7

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I am not talking about upgrading from 1.6 to 1.7.  i am talking about upgrading 1.7 to newer version of 1.7

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my response doesn't really change.  I am not aware of any upgrade path for v1.7, nor have I heard any reports of success.

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I guess i got the idea it was working from the following blog post:

 

http://build.prestashop.com/news/prestashop-1703-maintenance-release/

 

"Want to upgrade using the 1-Click Upgrade module? Make sure to upgrade the module itself first! This way you will have access to a new, 1.7-specific channel, which makes upgrading safer for merchants. Upgrading from 1.7.0.0 to 1.7.0.3 should be smooth as silk -- but do a safety backup anyway :)"

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well thats good, looks like they released v2.0.1 on 12/19 to support upgrades to PS v1.7.0.3.  hows that smooth as silk upgrade process going for you?

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Unfortunately I have got the same problem. "Error Unable to check md5 files".

 

PrestaShop version : 1.7.0.2

1-Click Upgrade v2.0.2.

 

I have tried to change the files permissions but nothing helps.

 

Any Ideas?

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Ok, Found solution, I think.

 

It was indeed the file permissions issue.

 

All autoupdate folders (both in admin/ and modules/) should have chmod 755. Module installs them with 777.

All module files should have 644. Module installs them with 666.

 

My question now is: Why the module installs its own files with wrong permissions?

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I have tried the prestashop v1.6 on the same host (same settings) and everything is ok. No problem with permissions/modules.

Not sure where the problem is.

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how did you install the autoupgrade module on both 1.6 and 1.7?  did you use the same exact procedure to install the module?

 

There are 3 ways to add and install the module.  perhaps you did not do it exactly the same way?

1) download from addons website and upload using FTP

2) download from addons and install using the "add module" button in back office

3) install from the modules listing page in back office?

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For the 1.6 I used "install from the modules listing page in back office".

For the 1.7 I used "download from addons and install using the "add module" button in back office"

 

So both are installed through back office. But the procedure is different indeed.

I will try to test more later.

 

Thanks for reply and Happy New Year :)

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Hello,

 

I am trying to upgrade 1.7.0.0. to 1.7.0.4 with the version 2.0.2 of 1 click upgrade

Is not working

Error Unable to check md5 files

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This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.
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having same issues here, 1.7.0.2 > 1.7.0.5 main problem is the 

 

PrestaShop Original version:

 

Differences between versions:

 

just keep ticking over, no error messages, and no confirmation that the "1 click" has done anything, CHMOD'd everything as stated.

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You can check on your CPanel or similar the logs to see if there is any problem. In my case, the problem was regarding files permisions.

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I can confirm permissions are set by Prestashop to 777 and 666. This never used to happen but now happens regularly. Both installing and upgrading is a pain, not smooth as silk.

 

For example, unpacking zipped 1.7 reveals another zipped file inside. Unpacking that can overwrite your install in the root if you are trying to install a second version as a test store.

 

Unpacked files should be added to a new folder (norm with all zipped files I use from everywhere, including ones I pack for distribution), such as Prestashop 1.7.6, etc. User can then drag them into root if required, or simply rename folder if they want to keep the root tidy because they have other installs at the same level. When you unpack, too many files  are set to 666 permissions, so install won't continue. 

 

Just now, I tried to upgrade 1.7 to latest using 1-click but got the MD error (no indication what's causing it, which would've helped). I then googled and landed here and, sure enough, the dirs in modules > autoupgrade are set to 777, and files to 666

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Yes, really a pain in the ass... when something doesn't work (templates, modules, etc....) the first thing to be done -at least for me- is to check permissions.

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So I changed folder and file permissions. 1-Click still throws "Error Unable to check md5 files." I went ahead an clicked Upgrade anyway and all that happens is the button backgrounds are displaced (see attached) --- no upgrade!

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This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

 

It work

 

thanks

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I concur, if you have the 1-click upgrade and are having the "MD5 file" problem then just go to your files in C-Panel if you use C-Panel and do the following;

 

 Go to  > admin(xxxxxxxxx) > autoupgrade and in that folder change all folders to 0755 and all files to 0644

 

It will then work fine.

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Why it cannot say 'Do not have correct permissions in Prestashop > Admin (XXX) > Autoupgrade' I don't know.  Would be much more helpful.

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Walrus, are you still having the MD5 file problem? or is the upgrade starting but then stalling out?

 

If it stalls out and doesn't finish then try uploading the version (in zip) you are trying to upgrade into the file adminxxxxxx > autoupgrade > download  just clear any other files or folders out of that folder before you start. Once your zip upgrade version is in there go back and try the click upgrade again. Hope this works for you it did on another shop I had that stalled there.

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It went smoothly once I'd set permissions to 755 and 644 in Admin > Autoupgrade. I'd already done it for Modules > Autoupgrade but that wasn't enough.

 

Didn't know about the trick of uploading zip to Autoupgrade dir. Thanks for sharing it.

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Buongiorno , vorrei aggiornare il mio prestashop 1.7.0.5   ad  1.7.1.0 .

Ho seguito l'indicazione di PrestaShop Legend , ma non riesco ad aggiornare.

----------------------------------------------------------

ARCHIVIO LOCALE

Ramo enabled.gif Disponibile
Name: 1.7.1 stable 
MD5 hash: 74b159f239e664f96536857e293c7fc2 
Archivio da usare:

per aggiornare la versione *
Save in the following directory the archive file of the version you want to upgrade to: /admin/autoupgrade/download/
Click "Save" once the archive is there.
This option will skip the download step.
SALVA
 
Confronto delle versioni

PrestaShop versione originale:
warning.gif Error Unable to check md5 files

Differences between versions:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

HO SEMPRE IL SEGUENTE ERRORE

 

potreste aiutarmi

grazie in anticipo

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step 2 , dopo aver dato i permessi 755 ho questo sullo schermo

 

Confronto delle versioni

PrestaShop versione originale:
warning.gif 105 file modifications have been detected, including 105 from core and native modules: Visualizzare o nascondere l'elenco

Differences between versions:
warning.gif 4816 files saranno modificati, 868 files saranno cancellati (se trovati) Visualizzare o nascondere l'elenco

 

ma non riesco ad aggiornare

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I concur, if you have the 1-click upgrade and are having the "MD5 file" problem then just go to your files in C-Panel if you use C-Panel and do the following;

 

 Go to  > admin(xxxxxxxxx) > autoupgrade and in that folder change all folders to 0755 and all files to 0644

 

It will then work fine.

 

Hi

 

Yes !  It works like this ! 

i have the message "version non modifiée de PrestaShop:

warning.gif 368 file modifications have been detected, including 304 from core and native modules" 

 

Thanks Energlite ! Youpi

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This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

 

from

1.7.1.2

to

1.7.2 stable - (1.7.2.2)

in my case the file permission trick in autoupgrade folder fix the unable to ....md5 thing

thanks

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Hello,

 

I am trying to upgrade 1.7.0.0. to 1.7.0.4 with the version 2.0.2 of 1 click upgrade

Is not working

Error Unable to check md5 files

me too

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Hi

 

Yes !  It works like this ! 

i have the message "version non modifiée de PrestaShop:

warning.gif 368 file modifications have been detected, including 304 from core and native modules" 

 

Thanks Energlite ! Youpi

wORKS

 

Just remember to change permissions of admin folder too, of modules.

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I was having the same problem with One click upgrade.

Check the file permisions in:

/modules/autoupgrade

/adminxxx/autoupgrade

Make sure the folders are 755 and files 644

It all works, without changing the Backup options.

 

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Over a full year later this issue still exists. And the fix is to simply edit permissions.

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On 28/2/2017 at 3:49 AM, rl_lucian said:

This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

Thank you very much, it helped me a lot!

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Thanks, the 1-click update issue is fixed, this should also fix the 500 Internal Server Error for ajax-upgradetab.php not found

Confirmed just edit permissions inside "adminxxx/autoupgrade" with FillZilla, all folders(include all subfolders) to 755 and all files to 644

Refresh page then all good to go

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On 3.3.2018 at 5:18 AM, Riley said:

Confirmed just edit permissions inside "adminxxx/autoupgrade" with FillZilla, all folders(include all subfolders) to 755 and all files to 644

 

Was working fine for me to update PS 1.7.2.4 to 1.7.3.1

 

 

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On 3/2/2018 at 11:18 PM, Riley said:

Thanks, the 1-click update issue is fixed, this should also fix the 500 Internal Server Error for ajax-upgradetab.php not found

Confirmed just edit permissions inside "adminxxx/autoupgrade" with FillZilla, all folders(include all subfolders) to 755 and all files to 644

Refresh page then all good to go

 

changed permissions and it finally worked, went from 1.7.3.0 to 1.7.3.1

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On 2/28/2017 at 9:49 AM, rl_lucian said:

Champion, Absolutely spot on. :ph34r: < PrestaNINJA!

 

This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

 

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Hello everyone, 

After all new installation of Presta or module in presta on CPANEL, I recommend all our customer to run the attached script.

It fixes all permissions for all your websites, directories 0755, files 0644.

In most case, it could solve your problem.

Have a nice day ;)

permix.php

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On 2/28/2017 at 2:49 PM, rl_lucian said:

This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

 

Thanks done by changing files and folder permission to all files to 0644 and all folder to 0755 in both directories by help of my hosting provider.

1- shop -> admin -> autoupgrade "directory"

2- shop -> modules -> autoupgrade "directory"

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This is an easy fix. In Version 1.7 go into the autoupgrade Module and change the folders to 755. That's all.

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On 2/28/2017 at 4:49 AM, rl_lucian said:

This is how I managed to upgrade to presta 1.7.0.5 (from 1.7.0.4):

 

 

1) Downloade the 1 Click Update module (version 2.0.4) -> https://addons.prestashop.com/en/data-migration-backup/5496-.html

I had Installed it in my shop.

2) Using Filezilla I went to shop -> admin -> autoupgrate

Here i saw that some files/folders had 0666 and 0777 permisions. I had changed the permisions to 0644 and 0755.

 

3) In admin shop i went to  1-Click Upgrade module

Start Your Update -> More Options (Expert Mode) -> Channel -> * Major release -> Save

Backup Options -> Back up my files and database -> No

                          -> Back up my images -> No -> Save

                           (I recomand doing a backup before, using CPanel/filezilla).

Upgrade options -> Server performance -> Low

                                Disable non-native modules -> No
                                Upgrade the default theme -> Yes
                                Switch to the default theme -> No
                                Keep the default e-mails -> No -> Save
Click on -> Upgrade prestashop now
 
It took a few minutes, and te upgrade was succesfull.

If these instructions do not work also check your hosting PHP version and lower to 7.1 (if higher). I was having the same issue as everyone else. For me, these instructions worked in that there were mixed permissions in my admin -> autoupgrade and modules/ folders. Changed all folders to 755 and files to 644 in these 2 folders. After upgrading permissions, The lower section stopped spinning after this, and instead of the error you are reporting showed the files. But the link right above this one was still spinning.  I lowered my hosting PHP version to v7.1 from version 7.2 and then all files showed and I was able to upgrade. Not only check the file permissions but also make sure your PHP version is correct (PHP v7.1 worked for me and v7.2 did not).

My Prestashop upgraded from v1.7.5.1 to 1.7.5.2 with no other issues. Yeah!!

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I also had the same problem. For me the solution was simple. I had to just reset the the 1 click upgrade module and then the error vanished when refreshed the page. :)

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