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We are trying to migrate crowd from an old server running CentOS6 to a new server running Oracle Linux. Here is what I did:
1) Stopped crowd on current server.
2) Copied over the application and data directories to the new server.
3) Dumped the database and imported it to the new server.
4) Updated the configs on the server to reflect the new DB and server name.
When I start the crowd application on the new server I get an error of:
|2021-06-06 20:22:54||fatal||Crowd has encountered errors while upgrading. Please resolve these errors and restart Crowd.|
An error occurred when querying the database <ERROR: relation "REMOTEGROUP" does not exist Position: 26 Location: File: parse_relation.c, Routine: parserOpenTable, Line: 1160 Server SQLState: 42P01>
I am not doing an upgrade. I am merely moving it from one server to another. Any idea what I can be doing wrong?
Hey @Dovid Bender
It looks like you may be seeing this issue - https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowdkb/error-table-crowd-remotegroup-doesn-t-exist-after-migrating-crowd-database-from-another-server-726564970.html
Follow the Resolution steps from above and see if that helps
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