manu.blot at gmail
Jul 16, 2012, 11:28 AM
Post #3 of 3
> This file is not referenced in the attachment table, and is therefore
> not migrated to the new directory structure. It's up to you to decide
> what you want to do about it, but you'll have to remove it from the
> attachments/ directory before Trac will continue.
Ok, this is what I did (moved the file away) as I did not know whether
the actual error was, and I suspected it was not referenced within the DB.
> We should probably better document this before 1.0
> Anything, really, would be better than the traceback, I guess. I like
> the last option, with a clear notice after the upgrade. Thoughts?
At least, there should be an error message with something like
"file <> exists in <attachment> directory and is not referenced as a
Please remove it and resume upgrade"
BTW, this is slightly off-topic, but while migrating, I noticed the
I'm not sure whether there are specific to my installation or more generic
(I have not read the new documentation yet, if there is one, me bad):
* SVN is now a tracopt, but Trac upgrade did not automatically update
the trac.ini file
so that existing SVN repository can be accessed without an error,
as the tracopt
component is not enabled
* Trac component names in the web admin panel slightly overwrite
It looks weird on both Safari and Firefox on my machine
* I read #10712, but is not that "weird" that a feature that really
look optional is part
of the Trac core rather than the Trac optional package? #10712's
rationale for keeping
SVN authz file is that it does not depend on Subversion, which is
very true. On the
other hand, a very optional feature (parsing authz file) is left in
Trac core. Sounds
weird to me: isn't it unlikely to use a SVN config file without
using SVN at all?
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