I’m delighted to inform you all that Sentry v10 is now available in beta over at the onpremise repo.
The beta is only intended for fresh installs as there’s still work to carry over some of the event data from the 9.1.2 release. The beta now has support for migrating old events and databases automatically but it is strongly recommended to back up your old Docker volumes first. If you’ve been watching, you may have noticed the ongoing work on the v10 branch and pull-request, along with our nightly Docker images, pushed to Docker Hub per each commit on getsentry/sentry master. All this was to enable using v10!
As you may have noticed, we are exclusively focusing on our Docker flow as we have indicated earlier in our docs (Python flow is deprecated). The great news is, you can now install any commit from master by running
SENTRY_IMAGE=getsentry/sentry:<commit_sha> ./install.sh on our onpremise repo.
Please share your experience and feedback so we can improve things. We’re also curious about what you think about being able to run Sentry off of any commit.