Unattended upgrade of Confluence

Hi,

I would lik to do a unattended upgrade of Confluence. I found this guide in the Atlassian documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/unattended-installation-838416261.html

This will actually install Confluence. When I'm running this now, it says it's already installed (which is correct), but I want to force the upgrade. How can I achieve this behaviour? 

Here's the command I'm running:

./atlassian-confluence-6.2.0-x64.bin -q -varfile response.varfile

Here's the response.varfile I'm using: 

#install4j response file for Confluence
executeLauncherAction$Boolean=true
app.install.service$Boolean=true
sys.confirmedUpdateInstallationString=false
launch.application$Boolean=false
existingInstallationDir=/opt/atlassian/confluence
sys.languageId=en
sys.installationDir=/opt/atlassian/confluence
backupConfluence$Boolean=false

1 answer

I have fixed this issue. You can set this parameter to true on order to upgrade: 

sys.confirmedUpdateInstallationString=true

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