[Owncloud] endless 4.5.3 setup loop (was:upgrade from 4.0.7 to 4.5.3 without config files?)
ditmar at d-unger.de
Sun Dec 2 17:41:30 UTC 2012
(Thanks Michael; before importing the saved old db tables ) I tried to install
a fresh 4.5.3 oc but the mysql db never gets populated and oc loops for the
initial setup page.
I deleted all users, files and the db via phpmyadmin and started from scratch
(apt.get install owncloud) but no success at all.
Any hints for that?
Am Freitag, 30. November 2012, 17:54:50 schrieb Michael Göhler:
> Hi Ditmar,
> I would do it this way:
> - setup a plain 4.0.7 instance with sqlite database and the same users you
> have in your mysql instance, to get the data directory and config.php -
> take a backup from your mysql db
> - then change the config.php to use your mysql instance (look in
> config.php.example for the right variables) - Test if 4.0.7 is working
> - delete the sqlite files from data directory
> - upgrade to 4.5.3
> Hope this helps,
> Am 30.11.2012 um 17:11 schrieb Ditmar Unger <ditmar at d-unger.de>:
> > Hello,
> > I mad a big mistake moving $WWWDIR/owncloud to another partition
> > forgetting
> > that this new partition was also the target of a rsync cronjob of another
> > machine and by comparing source and target that rsync job deleted the
> > complete owncloud directory :-(
> > Now I have an old 4.0.7 mysql owncloud database and would like to build up
> > the new 4.5.3 oc directory structure again and upgrade.
> > Unfortunately - and probably due to the lacking (old) config dir - I
> > canot
> > move on from the oc setup page "create an admin account" so I got stuck
> > but I don't find anything in the log files.
> > Can somebody give me hint how to do the upgrade - I would like to at least
> > keep the user and addressbook data in the database?
> > Thanks a lot,
> > Ditmar.
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