Update to 0.25.2 in Heroku

I’m running Metabase on Heroku. I’m running 0.24.1 and want to update to 0.25.2. I’m following the instructions here:

But, after completing them, I’m still on version 0.24.1.

I have the buildpacks already set up, and I’ve correctly pushed the last version (heroku remote points to my :

➜  metabase-deploy git:(master) heroku buildpacks:add https://github.com/metabase/metabase-buildpack
The buildpack https://github.com/metabase/metabase-buildpack is already set on your app.
➜  metabase-deploy git:(master) git push -f heroku master
Everything up-to-date

And my branch is up to date:

➜  metabase-deploy git:(master) git log
commit fe8426a3347f84a8eff4787c5460dfd55a4af519
Merge: 649d411 85f1a22
Author: Sameer Al-Sakran <salsakran@users.noreply.github.com>
Date:   Mon May 15 19:03:44 2017 -0700

    Merge pull request #17 from metabase/salsakran-patch-1

    revert to mb-buildpack

I’ve also manually restarted my Heroku app.

Any ideas about what could be missing?

Thanks!

I have the same issue.
Looks like metabase-deploy has not been updated in a while.

Sorry for the problems. We’re looking into this now.

It worked for me. Thanks @camsaul !

Hey @camsaul + @yogulado, please continue to use the metabase-buildpack buildpack for now. The metabase-heroku buildpack is not the correct one. We’ll be moving to that eventually, but for now the documentation is correct.

Running into the same issue but I’m confused by this thread. @sameer Should we be using metabase-heroku instead of metabase-deploy now?

@mtucker I explicitly said “please continue to use the metabase-buildpack buildpack for now. The metabase-heroku buildpack is not the correct one” :wink:

So, uh, keep using metabase-buildpack until the docs change.

@sameer @camsaul 's advice in this thread was to use metabase-heroku in lieu of metabase-deploy AND continue to use metabase-buildpack as the buildpack. Thus the confusion on my part.