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During the MSI upgrade, the new build is downloaded and installed from the "C:\Program Data\phoenixupgrade\msi\latest" directory.
Conventionally, we use all lower-case letters with underscores. ``` We can also use either a relative or absolute path. ```console $ mix ../task_tester * creating ../task_tester/.gitignore . If we don't want to use ecto in our application, we can use the `--no-ecto` flag. ``` With the `--no-ecto` flag, Phoenix will not make either ecto or postgrex a dependency of our application, and it will not create a `repo.ex` file. ``` A quick check will show that all of our module names are qualified with `Hello Phoenix`. If we look at the project app name in `mix.exs`, we see that it is `task_tester`, but all the module qualifying names begin with `Hello Phoenix`. ```console $ mix html Post posts body:string word_count:integer --no-model * creating web/controllers/post_* creating web/templates/post/eex * creating web/templates/post/eex * creating web/templates/post/eex * creating web/templates/post/eex * creating web/templates/post/eex * creating web/views/post_* creating test/controllers/post_controller_``` It will tell us we need to add a line to our router file, but since we skipped the model, it won't mention anything about `ecto.migrate`.
```console $ mix task_tester * creating task_tester/.gitignore . ```console $ mix task_tester --no-ecto * creating task_tester/.gitignore . By default, Phoenix will name our OTP application after the name we pass into `phoenix.new`. Project def project do [app: :hello_phoenix, version: "0.0.1", . ```console Add the resource to your browser scope in web/router.ex: resources "/posts", Post Controller ``` Important: If we don't do this, our application won't compile, and we'll get an error.
However, the Backup Status Report displays the type of backup as "Differential Backup".
If Backup Proxy loses connectivity with Phoenix Cloud or v Center Server, the connection status under the Backup Proxies tab appears as "Connected".Workaround Wait for some time to allow the status to change.If you register an instance of Backup Proxy for an ESXi or ESXi or v Center Server using its IP address, and you register another instance of Backup Proxy for the same ESXi or ESXi or v Center Server using its FQDN, the ESXi or ESXi or v Center Server appears twice in the Manage VMware Infrastructure list, once with the IP address, and once with the FQDN.However, the restored virtual machine does not contain the v Service Dependency.If Backup Proxy loses connectivity when the backup of associated virtual machines is in progress, the Backup Proxy attempts to establish connection multiple times and its status under the Backup Proxies tab appears as "Pending". In case of standalone ESX, if the restored VM is deleted from the inventory of its folder and vmx is in the backend.Workaround Backups from virtual machines associated with a Backup Proxy fail if the VMware tools reset the time of the VMs to a value that is likely incorrect even if the time synchronization check box is not selected. For a complete set of instructions, see Disabling time synchronization in the VMware library. Workaround Rename the folder in the backend in order to restore the VM.