On 02/08/2011 08:49 PM, Jason L Connor wrote:
All, If you not are using the developer deployment, you can ignore this. A lot changed today. Jeff and Pradeep both had large pushes and here two more: 1. The default database name has changed. I have renamed it to: pulp_database. The old name, _database, is a relic from our prototyping days and not really suitable for a serious deployment. The name is changed in both the default config and the config file: pulp.conf. If you want to continue using the old database, just change it back in pulp.conf. 2. More importantly: the new authorization is pushed. This will very likely break your existing database as the users and roles needed for authorization have changed. I have tried to incorporate the changes into the latest version of pulp-migrate, so if you run into trouble, run pulp-migrate again, with the --force flag if necessary and restart pulp. Or you could just use the new database created by the name change and not worry about it, your choice. Possible trouble includes: no administrative users, admin user without proper permissions, consumers that do not have permissions. Good luck!_______________________________________________ Pulp-list mailing list Pulp-list redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/pulp-list
If you wish to export your existing content in _database, try this:
> use _database
> db.copyDatabase("_database", "pulp_database", <your-hostname>)
then run pulp-migrate. This worked for me.