[ZODB-Dev] KeyError / POSKeyError
ct at gocept.com
Fri Mar 23 12:15:55 EDT 2007
Can you tell whether you get a KeyError or a POSKeyError?
If you get a KeyError, it's likely that the app (Plone) is broken, e.g.
during the migration you mentioned.
A POSKeyError would (very likely) not talk about a a key like
'fammed-old', so I suspect you don't have a corruption in your
storage/database but your application.
Am Freitag, den 23.03.2007, 12:04 -0400 schrieb Tim Tisdall:
> I've got a 1gb ZODB that contains a single plone site and I'm not
> able to access any part of it via the ZMI. It keeps saying that it's
> looking for key "fammed-old" which is another plone site in another
> ZODB file. Basically I managed to partly migrate a Plone 2.0 to Plone
> 2.5 and then copied over the file contents from that instance into a
> new Plone instance. I have no idea why the new one would be
> referencing the old one, but it seemed to always throw this error if
> the old database was unmounted.
> I've tried several "cookbook" fixes I've found, but the problem is
> that the plone instance itself is throwing the KeyError. Deleting the
> whole plone instance is not going to help me much. Any suggestions?
> I've also tried running the fsrecovery.py, but it simply makes a
> complete duplicate of the file. fstest.py doesn't seem to find any
> errors. fsrefs.py finds a series of errors, but I have no idea what
> to do with that information. It seems that it's finding that it's
> referencing "fammed-old" and that that doesn't exist.
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