I tried upgrading to 5.24 and it hung half way through the upgrade - while upgrading to 5.24alpha1. Here's all that was in the log - it then died. I've gone back to 5.23.4 (Drupal). Ideas?

Apr 02 09:21:30 [info] Running task: Cleanup old files
Apr 02 09:21:31 [info] Running task: Checking extensions
Apr 02 09:21:31 [info] Running task: Begin Upgrade to 5.24.alpha1
Apr 02 09:21:32 [info] Running task: Upgrade DB to 5.24.alpha1
Apr 02 09:21:33 [info] Running task: Upgrade DB to 5.24.alpha1: SQL
Apr 02 09:21:34 [info] Running task: Install sequential creditnote extension

  • Did it succeed in installing that extension? Are there any errors in webserver logs, or CMS logs? – Aidan Apr 2 at 9:04
  • I restored the database, which is shared with Drupal, so the only thing I have is the above log. I'll retry the upgrade and look further – Andy Clark Apr 2 at 9:11
  • I ran the upgrade again, nothing in civicrm_log or Drupal's log, nothing more in ConfigAndLog, and no extension installed. I can try again with some diagnostics. Also I do have a lot of extensions, I could do some gradual disabling. This is a test system, by the way! – Andy Clark Apr 2 at 13:07
  • Ok, since it's a test system would be interesting to try installing that extension manually after the upgrade has failed and see if you get more error messages that way. – Aidan Apr 2 at 15:18
  • (a) +1 for disabling some other ext's as debug tactic. (b) You might get better debug info with one of these patches: gist.github.com/totten/96aa7172faced3fde2225e145307f3b9 (c) You might also get more debug info with a CLI runner (eg cv upgrade:db -vvv). – Tim Otten Apr 2 at 23:26

I was able to reproduce a similar symptom in a wp-demo configuration. Specifically, the upgrader activates the new, core-internal extension (sequentialcreditnotes), and the activation fired off a general system-flush, and the general system-flush raised an error while handling some data from another extension (civivolunteer). The problem only occurred with the web-based upgrade UI (and not with the CLI-based upgrader).

CiviCRM 5.24.1 has a fix for that case.

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On WordPress version, tried to upgrade from 5.21.2 to 5.24.0 twice and had the same issue. Freezes on: Executed: Upgrade DB to 5.24.alpha1: SQL Had to restore previous day's back up to bring database back. No error messages, just the freezing.

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  • I was able to reproduce this problem. The following fixed it for me: github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/16971 – Tim Otten Apr 3 at 22:33
  • I saw the same under Joomla. My test Joomla instance ran to completion, but the CiviCRM menu disappeared! – Stephen Palmstrom Apr 4 at 14:39
  • Glad you found a fix, Tim and thanks for letting us know . I'm surprised this didn't occur in testing as it was such a solid error. – Andy Clark Apr 4 at 21:07

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