Fixed it. It wasn't just the file/folder permissions. I had to run rb-
site manage <env> syncdb, which i didn't know about. Sigh. After a
little reading, I realised it!
Thanks a lot man.
On Jul 17, 10:39 am, "Jeff Andros" <j...@bigredtj.com> wrote:
> It's not just the file, the folder it resides in as well. That should be a 7
> for the user that the web server runs under
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pravin Nadarajoo <ramp...@gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 19:04:30
> To: reviewboard<email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: backup and restore SQLite DB
> Thanks for your reply Jeff. I left the permissions of the DB file as
> 644. Will just try 777 for now and see what happens. Will write here
> 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.
> > --Jeff
> > 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
> > --
> > Jeff
> > O|||||||O
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