[Moin-user] Two question about migration to moin 1.6.2
sebastian.haase at mdc-berlin.de
Tue Mar 25 04:17:16 EDT 2008
Thanks for the quick reply.
Assuming I have currently 1.5.8 installed and running --
I read the "Post 1.5.3 new style migration" instructions:
Post 1.5.3 new style migration
4 First you have to do all steps described in the sections
below or it won't work.
6 After you have switched to new style migration, the
procedure will be the same
7 with every moin upgrade, simply follow these steps:
9 a) First switch to the user of your data directory
10 e. g. sudo -u www-data sh
11 or su www-data
13 b) Invoke the following command:
14 moin --config-dir=/path/to/config_dir
--wiki-url=wiki.example.org/ migration data
16 Note: If you did not use setup.py, you can call the
moin script directly. It is
17 located in MoinMoin/script/moin.py
19 The new style mig stuff will then load the config for that
wiki, get into its
20 data_dir, read the meta file content and determine what it
has to do internally.
I) after changing user, what should be my *current directory* when
executing "moin --config-dir=/path/to/config_dir
--wiki-url=wiki.example.org/ migration data" ?
II) does the wiki have to be running when executing the "moin
....migration data" script ?
[I have the desktop (standalone / non-apache) version -- does that
make a difference ?]
On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 8:45 AM, Thomas Waldmann <tw-public at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Is docs/CHANGES somewhere online - so that one can read it before
> > downloading and extracting the zip file ?
> > ( Maybe it could be (automatically) copied onto moinmo.in !? )
> All files are browseable in the repository, see:
> This file is always the latest, for the exact 1.6.2 file use:
> (currently showing the same)
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