Comment #4 on issue 1506 by locomocogogo: Get "Unable to read
settings_local.py." error while running rb-site upgrade
Thanks. I didn't use the upgrade option with rb-site. I just fresh install
reviewboard and hook it up to the old DB via settings_local.py and it works.
I moved onto set the authentication setting to use NIS with domain name and
Just curious, where is the authentication setting information stored now?
0.4-pre version, there was some change in settings_local.py to set
False and a AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS list is specified. I cannot find
similar stuff in
this newly installed copy. Is it stored in DB (if so which table)? Also the
installed copy does not have many files compared to 0.4-pre, and it looks
references (symlink) back to the egg directory in the
/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/. Is this normal? I actually prefer
have its own copy files instead of having symlinks back to a lib.
Yes, since I can fresh install it. Please close the bug.
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