Upgading Confluence

Hi

When I look at release notes of Confluence

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Confluence+4.2.13+Release+Notes

It says "If your version of Confluence is earlier than 3.5.x, then you should upgrade to Confluence 3.5.x before upgrading to Confluence 4.2.x."

Is there a recommended version for 3.5.x ( I mean what is x, is it 3.5.9 or 3.5.4 or it does not matter?)

Please let me know.

Thanks

Abe

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Besides 3.5.13 you can upgrade to 3.5.17, and I think this version is good to avoid issues before upgrade to some 4.2.x version.

Thanks for the info.

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It doesn't matter much, but it would be best to take the highest numbered release, simply because there are more bugs fixed (and hence a lower chance of running into problems)

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Hello Abe,

That's correct. We advise to reach the latest stable version of Confluence 3.5, which is the 3.5.13.

That version corrects a lot of bugs in user managent for this version, and is very good to prepare confluence to upgrade to the latest versions.

Hope that helps you :)

Regards,

Rodrigo

Besides 3.5.13 you can upgrade to 3.5.17, and I think this version is good to avoid issues before upgrade to some 4.2.x version.

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