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kolsch

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Posted on: 2008/10/20 8:36
kolsch
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Since: 2002/11/10
#1

Re: CBB4 RC for Xoops 2.3x Testing Reviews

My temporary solution to prevent data lost during upgrade.

newbb/include/plugin.php line 36~40
// perform forum/topic synchronization on module update
$customConfig["syncOnUpdate"] = true;

// time for pending/deleted topics/posts, expired one will be removed automatically, in days; 0 or no cleanup
$customConfig["pending_expire"] = 1;


change the setting to :
// perform forum/topic synchronization on module update
$customConfig["syncOnUpdate"] = false;

// time for pending/deleted topics/posts, expired one will be removed automatically, in days; 0 or no cleanup
$customConfig["pending_expire"] = 0;


After upgrade, also prevent to execute the synchronization in admin.

Quote:

kolsch wrote:
Upgrade from CBB 4 alpha with XOOPS 2.3.1 and Frameworks for 2.3+.
Upgrade process was smooth without error message.

But after upgrade forum topics and posts was lost.
Forum posts decrease form 40000+ to 20000+.
Upgrade again and forum posts decrease further from 20000+ to 2500+.

Have tried to restore db then repeat upgrade process with the same results.
Back to CBB 4 alpha now.


kolsch

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Posted on: 2008/10/17 3:59
kolsch
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Since: 2002/11/10
#2

Re: CBB4 RC for Xoops 2.3x Testing Reviews

Upgrade from CBB 4 alpha with XOOPS 2.3.1 and Frameworks for 2.3+.
Upgrade process was smooth without error message.

But after upgrade forum topics and posts was lost.
Forum posts decrease form 40000+ to 20000+.
Upgrade again and forum posts decrease further from 20000+ to 2500+.

Have tried to restore db then repeat upgrade process with the same results.
Back to CBB 4 alpha now.


kolsch

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Posted on: 2008/5/31 15:20
kolsch
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Posts: 4
Since: 2002/11/10
#3

Re: Xoops 2.3 and previous version modules

Possibly the module administration page was stuck by one of your existing modules, so the following modules are not able to show up.

If you can't figure out which the module is, just try to move each module which is not appear in the module administration page out of the modules folder separately. Then you should find it in the end.

I don't know why the problem occurred, but that's how I solve it with XOOPS 2.3.0 & 2.3.1.



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