When i was creating a new site directory it didn't give me an option to
select PostgresSql and it has only mysql and sqllite(not for production)
and i picked up mysql, went through the steps and encountered an error
_mysql_exceptions.OperationalError: (1045, "Access denied for user
'admin'@'localhost' (using password: YES)") .Doesn't the 126.96.36.199 version
On Tuesday, May 7, 2013 4:13:09 PM UTC-6, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Hi Yugesh,
> If Postgres works for you, I'd just stick with that. It makes
> transitioning between servers easier, as you don't have to convert the
> database (which is a little more tricky and not very supported).
> You'll first want to create a new site directory on the new server with
> 188.8.131.52. As part of that, it'll create a new database with a blank setup.
> Hook up your Apache config and make sure that all works, that you can
> access the site. The database will be that of a blank install, but
> You should then be able to transfer the database from one server to
> another by doing an SQL dump on the old and import that SQL on the new
> database. You'll need to drop and re-create the database before doing the
> import. Don't delete anything on the old database!
> Once you have the site directory set up and the database moved over,
> you'll then want to just perform a 'rb-site upgrade' on the site directory.
> It should do what's necessary to upgrade the copy of Review Board.
> Now, what's tricky is if you want to have no downtime without data loss,
> given that you're both moving to a new server and upgrading from such an
> old version.
> I'd start by doing this process but not exposing the site to anyone else.
> Try to create the site directory, move over the database, and upgrade the
> site on a new server and test it out. You'll have at that point an outdated
> copy of the database, but that's okay. You can make sure things still work
> on it.
> You likely won't be able to do this without downtime, given that you're
> moving servers and upgrading from such an ancient version. So, announce the
> downtime, then you can do one more SQL dump and import (you already have
> everything else set up at this point, so just copy over the database), do
> the rb-site upgrade, make sure it works again, and then announce it's done.
> Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
> Beanbag, Inc. - http://www.beanbaginc.com
> On Tue, May 7, 2013 at 1:28 PM, Yugesh Kambham
> > wrote:
>> Please help me in review board upgrade process. What is the best way to
>> upgrade in a server different from the existing one(keep data and server
>> running till final release)? And also the database in older version is
>> PostGresSQL and how can i change it to MySQL? or can i just keep the
>> PostGres in the upgrade?
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