Thank you a lot.
It is my first Moodle implementation. My client is just starting her business with the software.
Actually for her I did a first installation on a shared hosting, then migrate the whole site to a VPS and had to keep all settings (design...), then migrate back on the same shared hosting.
I didn't know a lot about the software when my client contacted me.
Then we understood that the upgrades need a few technical operations. That's when she decided to move on a managed VPS (with plesk) so she could be autonomous with updates/upgrades.
She didn't ask me before, did it on her own, had troubles and asked me for rescue
Then comparing prices of VPS and managed hosts (+plesk), her needs... we decided to migrate back.
So I wrote a guide for her, so she could upgrade Moodle autonomously. She knows a bit of the technical side and I made it the most simple I could.
The guide explains how to update/upgrade with git from official repository (with command lines/SSH connexion).
It works well except that when I tested the 3.6 Moodle update I found out about the MySQL 5.6 requirement and got stuck.
I wrote a message to the hosting company technical support this morning (I am in Taipei) to ask why they don't provide MySQL 5.6 (by the way I found out it seems it is normally included in here contract so I complained a little bit) - waiting for an answer.
And I like the software to be honest, I have wondered a little in the admin section and it is nice.
Thank you a lot for your time and efforts.