What type of auth were you using? You'll want to ensure you have the proper
Python modules installed for LDAP, NIS or ActiveDirectory.

Can you visually confirm for me that the SECRET_KEY is the same across
instances?

Christian


On Tuesday, August 27, 2013, Alfred von Campe wrote:

> On Aug 27, 2013, at 11:07, I wrote:
>
> > But now I have another problem.  During this upgrade, the paths to the
> RB site have changed slightly, and after the installation I get a message
> about a missing htdocs/media/uploaded directory using he old path.  So I
> guess that somewhere in the database the old path is stored.  Remember, you
> guys suggested that I delete the new database before importing the old one.
>  How do I fix this?
>
> OK, I figured this out myself.  I searched for the old path in the MySQL
> dump file and changed all instances to the new path.  So far, so good.  The
> only problem I have is that I can't log in to the new ReviewBoard server.
>  Even the local account doesn't work.  How do I debug authentication
> failures?  The local account was created with the following command:
>
>     rb-site install --console --noinput --domain-name=$RB_DOMAIN
> --site-root=/ --db-type=mysql --db-name=reviewboard --db-host=localhost
> --db-user=rb --db-pass="$RB_PASSWORD" \
>     --cache-type=memcached --web-server-type=apache --python-loader=wsgi
> --admin-user=admin --admin-password="$RB_PASSWORD" --admin-email=$RB_EMAIL
> --cache-info=localhost:11211 $RB_SITE
>
> > Also, I guess I have to copy the contents of
> htdocs/media/uploaded/{images,files} from the old server to the new so that
> all the uploaded files and images from the old server are available on the
> new server.  And I also have to copy the secret key into settings_local.py.
>  Anything else that needs to be done to migrate the data to the new server?
>  I think I am getting close.
>
> I ended up adding the following lines to my script to copy all the
> relevant data from the old instance to the new:
>
>     rsync -av $RB_SITE_OLD/htdocs/media/uploaded/.
> $RB_SITE/htdocs/media/uploaded/.
>     cp -pr $RB_SITE_OLD/data/.ssh $RB_SITE/data
>     sed -i.orig "s/SECRET_KEY = '.*'/$(grep SECRET_KEY
> $RB_SITE_OLD/conf/settings_local.py)/" $RB_SITE/conf/settings_local.py
>
> Is there anything else I may have missed?
>
> Alfred
>
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