[Moin-user] Moin-user Digest, Vol 60, Issue 2

R.Bauer rb.proj at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 08:24:07 EDT 2011

Am 23.06.2011 21:23, schrieb Jerry LeVan:
> On Thu, 2011-06-23 at 18:22 +0000,
> moin-user-request at lists.sourceforge.net wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> I'm in the process of replacing our old wiki server (a Mac running the
>> MoinMoin 
>> 1.5.3-based MoinX wiki software) with a new Mac OSX 10.6 machine
>> running a 
>> "normal" version of MoinMoin 1.9.3 + Apache.
>> I have the new installation running, and ran the page files from the
>> old server 
>> through the necessary conversion scripts (mig10 and 152_to_1050300).
>> I then 
>> invoked the moin "migration data" command specified for post 1.5.3 new
>> style 
>> migrations.  The scripts seemed to work fine, but I'm not 100% sure
>> that the 
>> "migration data" command ran correctly.
>> I find that if I try to view a page on the new server, the web browser
>> displays 
>> an unhandled exception error.  If I then go into the "revisions"
>> directory for 
>> that page, load the last revision into vi and immediately resave it
>> (making no 
>> changes to the file), I can now view the page *and* view all previous 
>> revisions.  The file permissions don't seem to change after using vi,
>> so I'm at 
>> a loss as to why this works.  The one thing I do notice is that when I
>> load the 
>> file into vi, the line at the bottom of the window shows the filename
>> as well 
>> as '[dos]'.
>> With about 600 pages on our wiki server, the prospect of editing
>> these 
>> revisions by hand is not particularly appealing. :)  Does anybody
>> either know 
>> why this is happening and how to fix it, or conversely, know a way to
>> automate 
>> this "editing" process?

moin ... maint cleancache after moin ... migration data
called ?


>> Thanks much,
>> Chris
> These errors might be due to a python mismatch...The cached pages
> contain python code.
> I pull the data pages from a mac to a linux box and found that I
> needed something like:
> /bin/rm -r /var/mywiki/data/pages/*/cache/*
> In order to make sure that I am not pulling incompatible python byte
> code from the mac to the linux box
> Jerry
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