How to Update TeamCity Server

  1. Assumption is that you already have TeamCity installed (otherwise, why would you be looking to upgrade it🙂
  2. Assumption is that you have already downloaded the new version of TeamCity, in this case 7.1.4.
  3. Log into TeamCity using an account that has Administrator privileges
  4. Click on the Backup link near the bottom left hand corner
  5. When the Run Backup Tab opens, click on “Start Backup”
  6. The backup should complete successfully
  7. Double Click the installation *.exe which was downloaded in Step 2 above
  8. At the first step in the installation wizard simply click Next
  9. Read the License Agreement and assuming you are happy with it, click “I Agree”
  10. In the “Choose Install Location” window, assuming you are happy with the default installation folder, simply click Next, otherwise change it first
  11. In order to install the latest version of TeamCity, you have to first uninstall the current version.  Click “Next”
  12. On this screen simply click Next once the current installation has been located
  13. Typically, since you are doing an upgrade, you want to keep both the build configuration and working directory, but the log files can be removed.  Click Uninstall
  14. The un-installation will continue
  15. After a short period, the un-installation will complete
  16. In the “Choose Components” window choose the components that you want to install.  As already mentioned, we will be installing both the Server and Build Agent on one server.  Click Next
  17. In the “Specify server configuration directory” window assuming you are happy with the default location click Next, otherwise change it first
  18. The main portion of the installation will start now
  19. The “Configure Build Agent Properties” window will then open, giving you the opportunity to add/edit build agent properties.  For now, you can leave this as the default.  If needed, this can be changed later.  Click Save.
  20. Simply click OK on the “TeamCity Build Agent Properties” pop-up
  21. In the “Select Service Account for Server” window decide what user account you want to run the TeamCity Server, I chose to use the SYSTEM account.  Click Next
  22. In the “Select Service Account for Agent” window decide what user account you want to run the TeamCity Build Agent, I chose to use the SYSTEM account.  Click Next
  23. In the “Services” window, choose to start both the Server and Build Agent Services, and click Next
  24. In the final screen, ensure that the option to open TeamCity Website after exit is checked and click Finish.
  25. A web page will open saying “TeamCity is starting”
  26. The login screen will then be presented
  27. On logging in, you will see the latest version number displayed

ref: http://www.gep13.co.uk/blog/how-to-upgrade-teamcity/

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