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Re: Trouble converting database

Robert James Clay schreef op 03-06-12 23:40:

>> No, I haven't got it to work yet. I would be grateful if you could point
>> me to that particular bug.
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=675816

Thank you.
I notice that the bug reporter hints to the httpd.conf file, which was 
empty in my setup, whereas it should at least have contained the server 

>> After the error above, I installed the .deb file over it,
>      The 1.3.15-2 package from the Debian repository?  And over what kind
> of previous installation?

Yes, from
over the 1.3.15 tarball. OS is Ubuntu 12.04, Postgresql version is 9.1.

>> .... I no longer get the error mentioned above, but the result is
>> the same: LedgerSMB happily announces the database to be converted, but
>> in fact all data is gone, and I can't even log in through the UI.
>    The normal log in?  Or the setup.pl login?

I assume that what you mean by the "setup.pl login" is the following: I 
can start the setup process using "postgres" as the super user. It then 
returns with "LedgerSMB 1.2 found" and offers me to upgrade.

The "normal" login (login.pl) is the one that gives me the 
authentication errors.

What I'm trying to do here is to simulate the upgrade process as I plan 
to perform on my production server. For this, I install the 1.3.15 
package in a virtual machine, restore a Postgresql dump from the 
production machine (by running sudo -u postgres psql -f 
postgresql-dump-file), and pointing a browser to setup.pl. Would you 
consider this a valid simulation?

Thank you for looking into this.


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