--- SEED_administration_issues.html 2004/07/21 16:59:51 1.4 +++ SEED_administration_issues.html 2004/07/21 20:25:42 1.5 @@ -170,13 +170,13 @@ new releases are swapped in. To swap in new data from the update system to the production system, you need to
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  1. stop all work on the production machine, +
  2. stop all work on the production machine by clicking on the "Seed Control Panel" link, +entering an explanatory message in the text box, and clicking on the "Disable SEED server" button.
  3. You now need to capture the assignments, annotations and -subsystems work that has been done on the production machine. To do -this, you need to know when the last production release was -installed. Suppose that it was July 1, 2004. If that was the date, -we recommend that you -run

    +subsystems work that has been done on the production machine. +To do this, you need to know when the last production release +was installed. Suppose that it was July 1, 2004. +If that was the date, we recommend that you run

         extract_data_for_syncing_after_update 7/1/2004 /tmp/sync.data.july.1.2004<