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[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 12:03:16 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DB errror after migration

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I'm needing to migrate my citadel instance from one server to
another.

performed an easy-install on the target system

used ./ctdlmigrate   to bring all the data across

If the source and target systems are the same architecture (such as 64-bit Intel) you're probably better off just shutting down citserver on the source system and copying the files over.

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 14:46:27 EDT from wylekyote @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DB errror after migration

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They are the same architecture,  but I wanted to get away from the debian  .rpm install and into the easy-install which is many many revisions newer



[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 19:46:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DB errror after migration

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Right. You can still do it, but you'll have to go through a bunch of places to get it all. Look at this web page

 http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:file_layout

It will tell you where the packages keep all the data files. You'll neeed to scrape those all up and get them over to /usr/local/citadel on the target system.

This proliferation of files is greatly reduced in recent versions of Citadel server. Our aim is to have 100% of everything directly in the database in the not too distant future.

[#] Fri Jul 21 2017 12:21:37 EDT from wylekyote @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: DB errror after migration

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yeah I get that ..  I still need to "upgrade" from ** Citadel server engine v8.24 (build 5644ab7) ***

 

I can copy the tree over, but the db schema will have changed ..  is it best to just db_dump -h all that and db_load it on the other side?

 

Also .. there's still the issue of the segfault on login and the apparent db corruption afterwords which started this thread.

 

 

Thu Jul 20 2017 19:46:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: DB errror after migration
Right. You can still do it, but you'll have to go through a bunch of places to get it all. Look at this web page

 http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/documentation:file_layout

It will tell you where the packages keep all the data files. You'll neeed to scrape those all up and get them over to /usr/local/citadel on the target system.

This proliferation of files is greatly reduced in recent versions of Citadel server. Our aim is to have 100% of everything directly in the database in the not too distant future.

 



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