ODM 2.0 released! See what's new

Full announcement: https://www.opendronemap.org/2020/09/odm-2-0-released-see-whats-new/

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Exciting stuff!

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Awesome news! I gotta wait for a job to finish before I update. Now I’m going to start feeling impatient. lol

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I can’t wait to try out the image mask feature. I already have a use case for it.

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When will this affect Lightning Network?

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We will update our nodes in the upcoming weeks.

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Great news !
How do I make sure I am running version 2.0? I am using docker on Ubuntu 18.04. I thought that this way I always get the latest, but I just ran
sudo docker run -it opendronemap/odm --version
and got
OpenDroneMap 1.0.0

Thanks again !

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Nop, you should get: ODM 2.0.0

Make sure to run docker pull opendronemap/odm.

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Yup, the gotcha with docker is you have to remember to do the pull.

Of course…thank you both.

ODM 2.0.0

Cheers!

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It is great news! When can we expect to see this on the LiveODM?

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LiveODM has already been updated to 2.0 last week.

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I earlier bought a LiveODM ISO with updates. Will I receive a new link for the new ISO download, or should I use the one I got earlier?

Just a thought - LiveODM should announce which versions are being installed. It would also make things easier if installs (webodm) present version information in an about page.

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@pierotofy is there any documented way in upgrading a LiveODM install to lubuntu 18.04 and then ODM 2.0? From what I read on the blog you could not use 16.04 for ODM 2.0, right?

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You can use the one you got earlier. :+1:

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Correct.

There isn’t, it’s possible of course, but I wouldn’t recommend it; there’s a lot of little changes needed to make it work via a normal upgrade.

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Thanks for your quick reply.

I see, then I might look in to another solution for that install.
I have a server running the LiveODM install with a few projects on it that I would like to keep. Right now the data is stored on a separate disk and the os runs on a ssd. Do you have any suggestions on how to migrate this solution to something that is upgradeable? Also, what would be the best solution that is the most easily upgradeable? Docker?
I used to have my two nodes running the LiveODM install as well, but migrated them to ubuntu server 18.04 with docker when ODM 2.0 was released and that has been working great so far. That “migration” was easy, since there was nothing that needed to be saved from the nodes, but the WebODM server seems a little bit more tricky.

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Yes, docker.

So long as you make a backup of the PostgreSQL database and the /webodm/app/media directory you should be able to safely upgrade by reinstalling the new LiveODM and then restoring those two.

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