I am using Confluence 3.5.9 on my internal site. Unfortunately, the person who installed it used the internal database. In order to reinstall it to use a MySQL database, I followed your support article:
The steps I followed:
1. Backed up my current 3.5.9 site (all spaces) to my server
2. Took down the service.
3. Reinstalled in a new directory on my server
4. Set up to use MySQL as my database
5. Restored my backup to my new installation, restore said it worked fine
Now, when I start my new site, the home page, shows all my spaces, yet clicking on ANY of my spaces restored from my 3.5.9 backup shows the following:
Page Not Found The page you were trying to reach could not be found. This could be because:
The page does not exist.
The page exists, but you do not have permission to view it.
This is maddening. Luckily for me, I still have my previous site up and running and I only installed this to point to a different port on my server.
I cannot move forward because I cannot restore JUST my spaces as I'm told the space already exists. I cannot delete the spaces and restore because I can't access them because I see nothing but page not found messages.
What am I supposed to do?
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