Upgrading Confluence 2.10.3 to Confluence 3.5.13 or 4.0


We are upgrading confluence 2.10.3 to the latest version of confluence 3.5.13.

I have gone through the upgrade documentation for confluence.

Wonder if the is any issues upgrading from confluence 2.10.3 to the latest version.

Only issues I can see is non supported confluence plug-in?

Any advice would be greatly appreicated



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Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Sep 12, 2011

Confluence 4.0 isn't available just yet (very soon, though!), so 3.5.13 is currently the latest version.

Both Confluence 3.5 and Confluence 4.0 have some fairly major upgrade steps. If you want to play it safe, I would recommend upgrading first to 3.5 and then to 4.0 in a second step - this will give you a better chance of identifying the cause of any upgrade problems you encounter.

If you upgrade to Confluence 3.5 first (recommended) you'll be able to try the new guided upgrade process in the new Windows and Linux installers for Confluence 4.0.

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