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2.3.0 upgrade from 2.2.x

Fabian A. Santiago
Question; So after updating to 2.3.0 and following the recommended warnings / changes from running doveconf -n and then doing that same command > "a new conf file", and then renaming the conf files and restarting dovecot, I should be good to go with my old config updated to the new config spec? Just confirming. Thanks.

What I mean is doing the -n to a new file hasn't changed or removed anything from my old config? Unless it was a changed or obsoleted option and in that case it would have warned me anyway, correct?
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Fabian S.

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Re: 2.3.0 upgrade from 2.2.x

Fabian A. Santiago
On December 27, 2017 8:07:18 PM EST, "Fabian A. Santiago" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Question; So after updating to 2.3.0 and following the recommended
>warnings / changes from running doveconf -n and then doing that same
>command > "a new conf file", and then renaming the conf files and
>restarting dovecot, I should be good to go with my old config updated
>to the new config spec? Just confirming. Thanks.
>
>What I mean is doing the -n to a new file hasn't changed or removed
>anything from my old config? Unless it was a changed or obsoleted
>option and in that case it would have warned me anyway, correct?
>--
>
>Thanks,
>
>Fabian S.
>
>OpenPGP: 3C3FA072ACCB7AC5DB0F723455502B0EEB9070FC


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Fabian S.

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Re: 2.3.0 upgrade from 2.2.x

Aki Tuomi-2

> On December 28, 2017 at 4:15 AM "Fabian A. Santiago" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>
> On December 27, 2017 8:07:18 PM EST, "Fabian A. Santiago" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >Question; So after updating to 2.3.0 and following the recommended
> >warnings / changes from running doveconf -n and then doing that same
> >command > "a new conf file", and then renaming the conf files and
> >restarting dovecot, I should be good to go with my old config updated
> >to the new config spec? Just confirming. Thanks.
> >
> >What I mean is doing the -n to a new file hasn't changed or removed
> >anything from my old config? Unless it was a changed or obsoleted
> >option and in that case it would have warned me anyway, correct?
> >--
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Fabian S.
> >
> >OpenPGP: 3C3FA072ACCB7AC5DB0F723455502B0EEB9070FC

Yeah, it should tell you if you have deprecated options or something that needs looking into.

Aki