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How to upgrade to Rails 7.1 Discussion

any anyone else having issues with sidekiq after upgrading from 7.1.0.beta1 -> 7.1.0.rc1

undefined method `broadcast' for ActiveSupport::Logger:Class
=> gems/sidekiq-7.1.4/lib/sidekiq/rails.rb:52:in `block (2 levels) in <class:Rails>'
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looks like sidekiq gem team is aware of this

https://github.com/sidekiq/sidekiq/issues/6054

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I'm sorry but this is a bit bare bones. Not the depth I came to expect from GoRails. This should at least cover the config/new_framework_defaults_X files for a complete upgrade flow. Maybe some tipps and good practices about upgrading 3rd party gems along with rails. Upgrading rails can be quite tricky for production apps and this video covers only the best case scenario. Someone may even be on 6.x and may wonder how to upgrade to 7.1.
However, I can see how this video is still from value for someone who just wants to tinker with 7.1 beta quickly. But then I can just follow the official (edge) guides. What I'd like to see from a GoRails video are are insights from long-term users/professionals who provide information that goes way further than the official guides. I'm thankful for what you guys provide so I hope this doesn't come across to harsh.

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Liked the quick tips. Curious to see the next.

Also documented some general concepts and references on blog beginning this year: https://roberthopman.github.io/how-to-upgrade-a-ruby-on-rails-application/

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Liked the quick tips

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I did not like how you managed the git. It could be a total business disaster :(

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