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Re: Trouble converting database
- Subject: Re: Trouble converting database
- From: Chris Travers <..hidden..>
- Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2012 16:59:55 -0700
On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 4:15 PM, Jos Geluk <..hidden..> wrote:
> 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.
> 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.
I was looking into this. It looks like Erik committed a fix for this
issue for 1.3.16.
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