erik.hjerten at companion
Oct 9, 2011, 3:33 AM
Post #3 of 3
I've got it sorted now and the problem was: Me being stupid.
I'm sorry for taking your time.
When I upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 the reference "deb
http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/debian lenny awm" in sources.list was
commented out, and when I installed davical again apt-get got the
davical package from Ubuntu repositories instead. I didn't react on the
version changing from 0.9.9.6 to 0.9.7.6
Again, sorry and thanks!
On 2011-10-09 11:25, Andrew McMillan wrote:
> On Sat, 2011-10-08 at 14:39 +0200, Erik Hjertén wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I'm having some trouble with my Ubuntu server and davical.
>> For other reasons I had to upgrade PHP to 5.3 on Ubuntu 9.04. It didn't
>> work out perfectly so I decided to upgrade the server to Ubuntu 10.04
>> lts. This went well but I had to remove the previously installed PHP5.3
>> and install the PHP-package that came with Ubuntu 10.04. In this process
>> I accidently removed the davical package. After reinstalling PHP5.3 and
>> davical I cant see all my calenders from Thunderbird.
> It's possible that your database is hosed, because:
>> The database is version 8.4 currently at revision 1.2.11.
> Seems unlikely if:
>> DBD::Pg::db do failed: ERROR: relation "dav_resource" does not exist at
>> Something is obviously missing.
>> Davical is version 0.9.7.6-0
>> I really don't know how to trouble shoot this, any help appreciated.
> If you were previously running 0.9.7.6 then your database may actually
> be OK - it is perhaps just identifying itself as being the wrong schema.
> In that case it should be possible to fix this by working out what
> schema version you *actually* have and then manually applying the
> patches to update from that.
> The first clue will be if you can connect to the davical database with
> psql and issue:
> That will list all of the tables in your database.
> SELECT * FROM awl_db_revision;
> which will list all of the schema revisions that you *have* applied in
> the past.
> If you can chat on IRC it might be easier to solve interactively from
> there, otherwise post this back to the mailing list and there could be
> some further queries to try and ascertain the exact database schema that
> you have.
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