[RCU] New server + upgrade, lost contacts

Josh Whitver whitverj at urbandale.k12.ia.us
Thu Mar 22 20:40:00 CET 2012

I looked at the database, and it sure seems like it ought to be working.  I see my two contacts in the "contacts" table, and the user_id field is pointing at my user_id number.  I guess I just don't know what else to look at.
Josh Whitver
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On Mar 22, 2012, at 2:11 PM, Josh Whitver wrote:

> Hello all,
> I'm migrating our RoundCube from an old server to a VM, and in the process upgrading it from 0.4-beta to 0.7.  I copied the MySQL database from the old server to the new server, and ran the /bin/update.sh file and let it make the database schema changes, and it seems to be basically working, but when I login to the new server, my local Address Book contacts from the old server aren't present on the new server.
> Am I missing some steps? 
> Here's how it went:
> # ./update.sh 
> What version are you upgrading from? Type '?' if you don't know.
> 0.4
> WARNING: Database schema needs to be updated!
> Missing table 'cache_index'
> Missing table 'cache_thread'
> Missing table 'cache_messages'
> Missing columns in table 'contacts': words
> Missing table 'dictionary'
> Missing table 'searches'
> Do you want to run the update queries to get the schmea fixed? (y/N)
> y
> Indexing contacts for user 3...done.
> Indexing contacts for user 6...done.
> Indexing contacts for user 9...done.
> Indexing contacts for user 10...done.
> Indexing contacts for user 13...done.
> Indexing contacts for user 16...done.
> [...]
> Indexing contacts for user 606...done.
> This instance of Roundcube is up-to-date.
> Have fun!
> -- 
> Josh Whitver
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