Thanks for taking time to assist. sadly at this time this is 0 budget
I installed Reviewboard by:
easy_install -f http://downloads.reviewboard.org/releases/ReviewBoard/1.6/
How do I remove and install 1.6.11
On Wednesday, July 23, 2014 7:46:29 AM UTC+12, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Hi Gregory,
> The 1.6.x releases are quite old now and no longer supported, so you may
> or may not have some issues with the steps I’m about to describe.
> I’m assuming you’re looking to move away from sqlite to something like
> MySQL while doing this. Under no circumstances should you ever use sqlite
> for production, as it’s not intended for access by more than one user at a
> time, its capabilities are limited, and it has very little protection
> against things like corruption and data constraints.
> We have a couple management commands that may help for converting your
> First, on the old server, run:
> $ rb-site manage /path/to/site dumpdb > database.json
> You will need to make sure nobody is writing to the database while you do
> this. I’d shut down the server temporarily.
> On the second server, install exactly Review Board 1.6.11. You should not
> yet upgrade to 1.6.17. This is because you need both servers to match for
> the database conversion. You’ll then create a new site install using
> ‘rb-site install’, specifying MySQL or something as the database. It’ll ask
> you for information like an administrator account, etc., and then create
> the install.
> After that’s done, run:
> $ rb-site manage /path/to/new/site loaddb database.json
> It should import into the database. You can then hook it up to Apache
> (especially for RB 1.6.x, I recommend this over lighttpd, as you will more
> than likely have new problems to deal with) and verify it’s working.
> At that point, you can upgrade to any release of Review Board and it
> should work.
> We can help more directly with getting you off an sqlite3 database on
> 1.6.x to something more modern (1.7.x or 2.0.x) if your company is
> interested in a support contract.
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> On July 21, 2014 at 2:53:34 PM, Gregory Machin (gregory...@gmail.com
> Hi MoonWalker.
> Thank you for taking time.
> Old server :
> CentOS 5
> Reviewboard: 1.6.11
> New server:
> CentOS 6
> Reviewboard: 1.6.17
> Yes I would like to upgrade, but I would like to migrate fist, be sure all
> is working. I want the disruption to the users to be as low as possible at
> this point.
> On Monday, July 21, 2014 3:43:54 PM UTC+12, MoonWalker wrote:
>> what version of RB and OS are you currently using and what version do you
>> want to use 2.0.3?
>> On Monday, July 21, 2014 12:36:28 PM UTC+10, Gregory Machin wrote:
>>> I need to move an installation of ReviewBoard from an old server to a
>>> new one, as far as I can tell its using sqlite3. As far as I can tell
>>> everything is under on directory. The old server is running lighttpd and
>>> the new Apache.
>>> What is the best way to do the migration. I have no Reviewboard or
>>> Python web app experiences.
>>> Thank you in advance.
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