I didn't need to create those directories. They were already. The
apache service is running as me (my windows domain login), and I
should have all the necessary permissions.
Running rb-site upgrade produced:
C:\apacheweb\reviewboard>rb-site.py upgrade . --copy-media
Rebuilding directory structure
Installing json fixture 'initial_data' from 'C:\Python25\lib\site-
Installed 6 object(s) from 1 fixture(s)
No evolution required.
I am still getting the 'manual server updates required' page.
Running without the --copy-media flag gives me the old "no attribute
On Jan 20, 2:20 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> Do you have "uploaded" and "uploaded/images" directories owned by the web
> server in your site's htdocs/media/ directory? If not, go ahead and create
> them and then restart Apache.
> If you're using rb-site, then "rb-site /path/to/site upgrade" will take care
> of the syncdb, the evolve, and fixing any symlinks or updating media files
> when need be.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> VMware, Inc.
> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 8:56 AM, SamClark <pimp.roc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hmm... I updated my checkout and managed to get something actually. I
> > think my problem was using localhost, 127.0.0.1, computername instead
> > on my LAN address for the domain name.
> > I'm now getting the 'manual server updates required page'. The root of
> > my instance of review board is c:\apacheweb\reviewboard. I ran
> > 'manage.py syncdb' (and manage.py evolve --execute just for shits) at
> > this location with the following output:
> > C:\apacheweb\reviewboard>manage.py syncdb
> > Upgrading Review Board from 0.9 to 1.0alpha2
> > Installing json fixture 'initial_data' from 'C:\svn\reviewboard
> > \scmtools\fixture
> > s'.
> > Installed 6 object(s) from 1 fixture(s)
> > C:\apacheweb\reviewboard>manage.py evolve --execute
> > No evolution required.
> > I restarted apache and still got the same manual server updates page.
> > I also tried clearing my browswer cache.
> > I am running mysql 5.0.67.
> > On Jan 19, 4:53 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> > > Hi Sam.
> > > Some distros don't provide a sites-available or sites-enabled. In these
> > > cases, I'd just recommend modifying httpd.conf and append the
> > configuration.
> > > It sounds like you've tried this, though. Does the Apache error log say
> > > anything? Also, make sure you have a NameVirtualHost entry somewhere in
> > the
> > > file that specifies the IP address of the server.
> > > What do you see when you visit the site?
> > > Christian
> > > --
> > > Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> > > VMware, Inc.
> > > On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 3:38 PM, SamClark <pimp.roc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I'm trying to serve review board through apache 2.2.10. I just had rb-
> > > > site.py complete but I don't have the sites-available or sites-enabled
> > > > directories and it doesn't look like httpd.conf has any mention of
> > > > either. Should I look for another apache distribution?
> > > > I have tried pasting the review board config file into my virtual
> > > > hosts file and uncommenting the virtual host reference httpd.conf in
> > > > the past with no luck.- Hide quoted text -
> > > - Show quoted text -
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