Mon, 10 Jun 2002 08:24:24 -0400
like i said, you must make sure that the filesystem componentry is the same
on both sides. gadlfly does not know about the zope export/import at all.
you must copy all those files manually. export/import only affects data in
the ZODB, it does not touch anything on the file system.
synchronize those filesystem components, restart the site and see if that
On Monday, June 10, 2002, at 07:52 , John P. Looney wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 07:44:58AM -0400, Jens Vagelpohl mentioned:
>> when you use export/import you should ensure that the zope install on the
>> receiving end has all the same products installed. importing does not make
>> any changes to the file system, so if you have anything on the old server
>> filesystem that the site depends on you must copy that to the new server
>> separately if it does not already exist there.
> Both machines were running Zope 2.5.1 installed from RPMS. The same
> products were installed on both.
> Hmm. So, products like Gadfly won't export their databases etc ? I'll
> have to copy those from /var/zope/var/gadfly myself ?
> Assuming that everything else is equal, what would an error like;
> " One or more items referred to in the clipboard data was not found. The
> item may have been moved or deleted after you copied it. "
> mean ? could it be that the objects expected themselves to be in /, but
> were actually restored to /Zope ?