Did what you told me to. It didn't change a thing. I could login with
an account stored in the DB (i get the Welcome message with my name)
but it still gives me the username and password input field as if its
still asking me to login.
And when I click on Dashboard, it throws me the "Something broke!
(Error 500)" message.
On Jul 17, 2:21 am, Jeff Andros <j...@bigredtj.com> wrote:
> not to be a pain, but does the web user also have write access to the
> directory that the SQLite file resides in? it needs to create a couple of
> temp files in that directory for indices and such.
> 2009/7/16 Pravin Nadarajoo <ramp...@gmail.com>
> > Hi there,
> > I've just installed the new stable release of ReviewBoard (ver 1.0) on
> > a new machine and i'm trying to move my Sqlite DB (.db) from an old
> > one with ReviewBoard (rc2) to the new machine. From your site, I
> > learnt that all I need to do is point ReviewBoard to the location of
> > the old DB file and it should work. But i'm getting thrown with an
> > "Internal Server Error", even after changing the ownership of it to
> > the web user.
> > Is there a proper way in which i can backup my SQLite DB from the old
> > ReviewBoard (old machine) and then properly restore it to my new
> > machine's ReviewBoard? Please point me in the right direction.
> > Thanks
> > Truly
> > Pravin
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