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Keeping your Local Sites after Updating to OS X 10.10 Yosemite

As my iMac is my primary work station I’m always a bit hesitant when it comes to major OS upgrades.

Here are the experiences and issues I had when upgrading form Mavericks (10.9) to Yosemite (10.10).

  1. All important applications run without any problems so far
  2. Homebrew and installed bottles kept on working
  3. Ruby (installed via Rbenv) and installed Gems keep on working
  4. Node.js and installed modules kept on working
  5. My hosts file stayed untouched
  6. MySQL kept on working, including all database data, of course (simply had to start the service again)
  7. Apache Virtual hosts didn’t work anymore, but it was easily fixed be re-including my httpd-vhosts.conf file from httpd.conf
  8. PHP wasn’t enabled anymore, but it was simply fixed by re-including the Apache module from httpd.conf
  9. When trying to access my local virtual hosts I got loads of permission denied errors with the apache log file talking about AH01630: client denied by server configuration. This is caused by Apple updating Apache to 2.4. It’s simply fixed by adding Require all granted to your vhosts. (replaces Order allow,deny and Allow from all from Apache 2.2, see http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/upgrading.html)
  10. SSH-Config and keys kept on working
  11. Drush (installed via Composer) kept on working

So, everything was up and running again within 10 minutes tops after the upgrade \o/

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