Trouble with GitLab upgrade

logoThe GitLab version I was running was not the latest one: it was the 8.15.1-ce.0 while the 9.2.1-ce.0 has been available for a few days now. So I decided to upgrade. But I faced a problem: a 500 error page was displayed after the upgrade.

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