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Re: Trouble converting database
- Subject: Re: Trouble converting database
- From: Chris Travers <..hidden..>
- Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2012 23:52:32 -0700
On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 11:39 PM, Jos Geluk <..hidden..> wrote:
> Robert James Clay schreef op 05-06-12 00:34:
>> On Sun, 2012-06-03 at 19:15 -0400, Jos Geluk wrote:
>>> Robert James Clay schreef op 03-06-12 23:40:
>>>>> 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.
>> "over the 1.3.15 tarball"?
> Does that sound strange? I had this one installed:
> by untarring and installing as per the INSTALL file. Later, since that
> didn't work, to make sure I hadn't missed any requirements I downloaded
> the .deb file and did a dpkg -i of it.
>>> The "normal" login (login.pl) is the one that gives me the
>>> authentication errors.
>> Is that after the creation of an initial company database user,
>> which shows up at the end of the conversion process? Or are you getting
>> that far?
> I don't get that far. The conversion process tells me that the database
> is ready for use and gives me a link to the login page. By then, all
> data has disappeared, and the "users" table is empty.
Just in case you ever need this, there is a 1.3-1.2.sql file in the
sql/upgrade directory. The upgrade is actually a move-and-import
operation so this will restore you to 1.2. Note that this does *not*
remove the old 1.3 schema. Since we know what the problem was and no
further troubleshooting is required, you probably want to
drop schema lsmb13_fail cascade;
After you run the downgrade script.
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