I released devpi-server 6.0.0 at https://pypi.org/project/devpi-server/
There are several previously deprecated things removed in this release,
some changes in behaviour and several new features. Read the changelog
and as always have backups ready before upgrading.
This release doesn't require an export/import cycle and it should be
possible to downgrade again as long as you don't use new options on any
Without replicas it is a drop-in update, with replicas you have to look
out for the required shared secret between primary and replicas and in
case you have to down-grade for some reason make sure all files are
synced. It is recommended to upgrade either everything at once, or the
replicas first and the primary last.
I'm hoping you can advise me. The sqlite database has become corrupted due to a disk problem. It was not on the same drive as the raw files so they are all in tact.
I'm assuming there is a way in which I can restore the files back but also this may be rather involved.
Is this possible? We will have pushed local packages to local indexes over about a week or two and I'd like to recover those.
Thanks in advance