[GeoNode-users] Migrating data and maps from Geonode 2.4 to 2.6
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Mon Jul 24 01:23:54 PDT 2017
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On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 12:17 AM, Michael Peterman <mpetermangis at gmail.com>
> Hi Simone,
> Thanks for the help. After importing my databases from the geonode 2.4
> host to the new 2.6 host, I ran python manage.py migrate --fake-initial and
> it seemed to work. However, the 2.6 host is now loading data from Geoserver
> on the 2.4 host (the source for map tiles is pointing to the 2.4 host, not
> the new one), and there are no layers in the local instance of Geoserver on
> the 2.6 host.
> How can I make Geoserver on the 2.6 host recognize the data that is loaded
> in postgres?
> On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 1:35 AM, Simone Dalmasso <
> simone.dalmasso at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, it is ok to restore a 2.4db into a 2.6 one because the data model
>> hasn't breaking changes. the geonode command is just a wrapper around
>> "python manage.py" so you can use it instead.
>> 2017-07-16 3:34 GMT+02:00 Michael Peterman <mpetermangis at gmail.com>:
>>> I have a production site running Geonode 2.4 that I would like to
>>> migrate to 2.6 with all users, layers, and maps. I found this thread:
>>> but it is a bit vague--do I simply dump the 2.4 databases from
>>> PostgreSQL and restore on the 2.6 server?
>>> On the 2.6 server, I did a manual installation because I want to have a
>>> custom frontend. This means that the command "geonode migrate
>>> --fake-initial" is not available, but is there a django equivalent? Or,
>>> would it be better to install from a package using apt-get install geonode?
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