...or, if you manually installed Streamwell first remove the container then pull and run the latest version (either use the same run command you tucked away during the install, a Docker Compose file, or by following the manual install instructions again).
4. Login and obtain the new install ID under Administration -> Server -> System Info (click to copy)
5. Send the old install ID, new install ID and the removal code to [email protected] and we will send you back a new key to activate the updated install. You can then restore your database, re-activate HTTPS and get back to work!
We offer and encourage use of our support team for scheduled, guided upgrades which are available to all customers in support. This way we can minimize downtime, do key exchanges right on the spot, and make sure you get a seamless upgrade experience 👍🏻
Note on HTTPS
If you were using HTTPS you can re-enable it anytime, or if you passed in the domain name/email environment variables to your Docker run command, it should just come back the way it was. If your browser is being stubborn about temporarily connecting back to the HTTP version, clear your browser cache and make sure you are using the http:// prefix in the address bar.