I posted a brief synopsis a few weeks ago, but to recap. I have accidentally "upgraded" a production Moodle site to 4.0dev (Build: 20210108) - which is throwing tons of cache errors and basically has to be babysat, going down often with session writing errors, caching errors, etc - often resulting in the client getting the too many redirects error upon trying to login.
This happened because of what I can only understand to be mislabeled files from Moodle, I went to upgrade to the "latest version" - and I was given 4.0dev (Build: 20210108). Yes, it's totally my fault still, no I don't have backups - it was some time before realize the issue and my backups had been overwritten.
I know that's "officially" not possible to downgrade versions, but a few people mentioned that it may just be a matter of editing a few things in the database and then installing the version of Moodle I would like, clearing caches, and seeing if that works.
Would any developer, either here, or working together be wiling to help me navigate this process? I am reasonably tech savvy, I am comfortable using mysqladmin, etc, and follow directions very well, I just need to know where to start and which things need changed in order for me to be able to revert.
The alternative is to stay on the Dev path and deal with things as the break until November which seems like a nightmare.
Would really really appreciate any help I can get, very hopeful that I can downgrade somehow.