[ic] Moving interchange website
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Wed Apr 21 15:49:19 UTC 2010
On Wed, 2010-04-21 at 11:22 -0400, Carlc Internet Services wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
> > From: Sam Batschelet
> > > [loop prefix=manufacturers search="
> > > st=db
> > > un=yes
> > > ra=yes
> > > tf=manufacturer
> > > rf=manufacturer
> > > ml=10000
> > > "]
> > >
> > Just curious what happens if you set fi=products ?
> > -Sam
> Sam - good idea... I did, no change..
> > From: "Music"
> > I would try adjusting the file ownership/permissions on the products
> > directory and products.txt file.
> Everything else in the site works. Also, no complains in error.log. I do have all protections set to the catalog where interchange
> is the file owner and group with proper rw permissions.
> > From: Rick Bragg
> > Couple of questions and things to check:
> > What distro/version is the new server?
> Let me say this, I have plenty of other catalogs on the same box, after all, being an ISP helps :). It's CentOS 4.8 and the system
> runs both 5.4.3 and 5.6 interchange shops.
> > What version of IC and Perl are you using?
> IC answer above, PERL is
> # /usr/local/bin/perl -v
> This is perl, v5.8.8 built for i686-linux
> > What distro/version database are you using?
> MySQL 4.1.22
> > Are you also upgrading to a different version of IC during the move?
> Nope... I know better :) ... I wanted to just get the shop moved over on the exact same IC version as it was before.
> > Are there different versions of Database and Perl on the new server
> > (hopefully newer should be fine)
> > Make sure you got all the Perl modules installed (obliviously...)
> > Check permissions everywhere.
> Rick - I have. The issue was the server it was on did not really let me get the four areas cleanly (namely, catalog was crippled
> and I feel like did not get all the parts from the other hosting company, or some are hidden inside of the Exim's virtual server).
> So, back to the drawing board...
Hmm, hard to say if you can only confirm that you have everything copied
over in tact that would be the best starting point. Ahh, one more
thing... Does the new server use SELinux? I had some strange problems
come up with that before...
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