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
And my branch is up to date:
➜ metabase-deploy git:(master) git log
Merge: 649d411 85f1a22
Author: Sameer Al-Sakran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon May 15 19:03:44 2017 -0700
Merge pull request #17 from metabase/salsakran-patch-1
revert to mb-buildpack
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.