Anaconda Server versions
6.6.1 and prior utilize Postgres version
9.6 for new installations. However, as of November 2021 Postgres
9.6 is end of life (EOL).
Anaconda Server version
6.6.2 and later utilize Postgres version
14.9 for new installations. If you have upgraded to Anaconda Server
6.6.2 or later, Anaconda recommends upgrading your version of Postgres manually. Anaconda Server is tested and known to be compatible and stable with this version of Postgres.
Upgrading Postgres will bring down your Anaconda Server instance for a short time.
Log into your instance of Anaconda Server as a user with root access.
Open your Anaconda Server installer directory by running the following command. This directory contains both the
You can find your installer directory by running the
ls -lacommand to view the contents of your current working directory.
# Replace <INSTALLER_DIRECTORY> with your base installer directory cd <INSTALLER_DIRECTORY>
Verify you are running Postgres
9.6by running the following command:
Stop all services by running the following command:
docker compose down
Restart the Postgres container by running the following command:
docker compose up -d postgres
Export your Postgres database by running the following command:
docker exec -i postgres pg_dumpall -U postgres > dump.sql
Using your preferred file editor, open your
.envfile and update or add the following lines:
Save your work and close the file.
Restart the containers by running the following command:
docker compose up -d
Allow the containers to come back online then verify you are using Postgres version
14.9by running the following command: