Thanks for the responses.

>From the command line, I did an rb-site --version and '0.1' was
returned.

How would I let django evolutions do its thing ?

On Jan 20, 1:10 am, Anton Cohen <an...@antoncohen.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 10:24 PM, Chris Baron <topher.ba...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
> > There is a reviewboard 0.1 version in production.
>
> > There is a 1.6 version in a test environment.  Anyone have suggestions
> > on the best way to copy the 0.1 production data, transform it into 1.6
> > data?
>
> What will need to be done will depend on the specific version you are
> moving from, and what is missing/different in the database. I did a
> migration from a pre-1.0 to 1.5.5. Though it wasn't 0.1, if it had a
> version it probably would have been something like 0.9.
>
> I detailed the upgrade in this 
> post:http://groups.google.com/group/reviewboard/msg/5b445e99632190ab
>
> If your old version is close enough to 1.0 you may not need to
> manually manipulate the database at all, just install a new site with a
> dump of the old database, and let the Django evolutions do their thing. If
> your old version is really, really old, there may be a lot of manual DB
> manipulation. I was pretty lucky that there was only one table missing and
> I could copy the whole table from a new install.
>
> -Anton

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