How to upgrade to the latest version of metabase in heroku currently i am using the 0.33.4 but it is showing to update it to the version 0.33.5

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Hi @pavan
Have you seen the documentation?

Thank you for replaying me,i have gone through the document but it the upgradation for the local metabase so i need for the heroku metabase

@pavan Post all the commands you make. Something tells me that you are not running pushing.

First command is
git clone
cd metabase-deploy

second command is
git remote add heroku

@pavan You need to read the documentation a bit more - you are stopping before the push command. And you need to replace with your Heroku repo.

@flamber how can i find the heroku repo

@pavan What is your Heroku app name (<your-repo-name> That’s the repo.
I would highly recommend that you use another platform than Heroku, if you are not familiar with it, since it’s somewhat advanced.
Perhaps AWS EBS would be an easier platform? Specially if you’re familiar with Docker. Or you could use any platform that supports Docker, since Metabase also provides a container.

ok thank you