Update from Ghost 1.25.5 to latest 2.0 – I’ve already done a migration from 0.11.x, and things seem to be running fine in there, but I get this failure running ghost update:
Running sudo command: systemctl is-active ghost_cookingconcerts-com
Checking system Node.js version
Ensuring user is not logged in as ghost user
Checking if logged in user is directory owner
Checking current folder permissions
Checking folder permissions
Checking file permissions
Checking content folder ownership
Checking memory availability
Checking for available migrations
Checking for latest Ghost version
A CliError occurred.
Message: Ghost-CLI was unable to load versions from Yarn.
OS: Ubuntu, v16.04
Node Version: v6.14.4
Ghost-CLI Version: 1.9.2
Command: ‘ghost update’
Try running ghost doctor to check your system for known issues.
Please refer to https://docs.ghost.org/v1/docs/troubleshooting#section-cli-errors for troubleshooting.
I’m using a sqlite3 db. Migrating all of this stuff over from a different debian installation to Ubuntu, but this is basically a scratch config after installing a 1.25.5 version via ghost-cli.
I will be running two ghost instances on this server – one of them, already at 2.0.3, was configured already in a separate directory, and it was running fine – that blog didn’t have much content to migrate so I just recreated it by hand.
Has anyone seen this error before? Is it perhaps just a temporary thing with Yarn?