Updating a server
Copy the Storage folder back in to the root folder so that it copies back your backups and your and (world save files).
Since the new update will have already made a Storage folder it will should ask you if you want to replace the new one with the old one you saved (that contains your world files). Don't delete that copy you made just yet, until you are sure you have no issues and no longer need the backups or files in your copy.
If something special has to be done to migrate a world for an update, Strange Loop Games will tell you that in the update announcement and you should follow anything special the devs say needs to be done before doing these steps.
These are just the general steps to use for straightforward updates.
A licence file will be returned by email, and must be saved to mascot/config/licdb.
It is also possible to automate this process with the AWS API.
Then, to view inserted records in it, I execute SELECT command.
UPDATE Table SET Table.col1 = other_table.col1, Table.col2 = other_table.col2 FROM Table INNER JOIN other_table ON = other_WHERE Table.col1 ! = other_table.col2 OR ( other_table.col1 IS NOT NULL AND Table.col1 IS NULL ) OR ( other_table.col2 IS NOT NULL AND Table.col2 IS NULL ) ; WITH CTE AS (SELECT T1. At first, I have created a table named with schoolold and inserted few records with respect to their column names and execute it.
Although the question is very interesting, I have seen in many forum sites and made a solution using INNER JOIN with screenshots.
Make a backup of these folders and contents away from your server root directory.
Then delete all the Eco server files and install the ones from the new update.Subsequent AMIs/snapshots are only as large as the difference (changed blocks) since the last snapshot, such that storage costs are not necessarily larger for more frequent snapshots, see Amazon’s EBS snapshot billing document for details.