With the second attempt, can you go through the steps you used to restore
the backup and attempt the upgrade? Specifically, was this the same
database server and database name as a prior attempt?
What version of django_evolution is installed?
On Monday, April 11, 2016, Jim H <jim.locat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Last week I ran site upgrade on a server and was able to upgrade a version
> of the db from 2.0.18 to 2.5.3.
> Today, I was trying to run site upgrade against a completely new copy of
> the 2.0.18 db from the same server running 2.5.3 code.
> Things looked like they were going okay until I got this?
> *CommandError: Model 'attachments.FileAttachment' already has a field
> named 'orig_filename'*
> Does evolution cache any information about the old database somewhere
> other than in the Django DB? It seems like this operation I am trying
> should work
> since as far as the code is concern this DB is at 2.0.18 and needs all of
> the migrations.
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