Upgrading 0.5.X to 0.6.X
Server Restart Required
Your servers will need to be restarted after upgrading the daemon in order to see the expected log output in the Panel.
This release introduces a few breaking changes to how the Daemon operates, but maintains compatibility with
the Panel, so you don't need to worry about updating the Panel.
Of notable change in this release is that we've switched from using custom logging functionality to using Docker logging functionality. This allows us to better output events that happen before we can attach to the container, centralizes logic, and allows Docker to manage the logs (which it does very well). Now, when your server refuses to boot, instead of seeing an unhelpful "Server has crashed" message with nothing before it, you'll see everything that happened in the container leading up to that point, assuming things were output.
To upgrade from v0.5.X first switch the directory where you installed your Daemon. If you followed the installation
guide your Daemon is most likely located in
/srv/daemon. Then, download and unpack the archive using the
Stop your Daemon process before continuing in order to avoid any issues and ensure everything updates as expected.
systemctl stop wings
curl -L https://github.com/pterodactyl/daemon/releases/download/v0.6.13/daemon.tar.gz | tar --strip-components=1 -xzv
Then, update the core dependencies for the Daemon with the following command.
npm update --only=production
Start the Daemon
Finally, start your daemon up, most likely with the command below.
systemctl start wings
Because of some changes we made behind the scenes when it comes to displaying server output you'll need to rebuild and restart all of your servers. The rebuild step is required, the restart step is optional, but highly recommended otherwise you will not be able to see any console output.
Run the following commands from the Panel server in order to perform a mass rebuild and restart. Replace
### with the
ID of the node you just upgraded, or remove the
--node flag entirely to rebuild on all nodes.
php artisan p:server:rebuild --node=###
Then, restart all of the servers using the following command, or by manually restarting them one at a time in the Panel.
php artisan p:server:bulk-power restart --nodes=###