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Migrate Fisheye to another server without full pulling repos


I have a problem after migrating fisheye to another server.

I am made all by official doc(this).

I copied all dir's/files from the manual:

  • <FishEye installation directory>/config.xml
  • <FishEye installation directory>/var
  • <FishEye installation directory>/cache

And set up a variables(including FISHEYE_INST).

All migration was finished well, Fisheye started, but after I change the path to a repo, click Save and start a task, I get full pulling and indexing repos.

I copied from the previous server over 70 Gb info, and I don't want to expand it to 140 Gb:)

Maybe I missed a little moment?

Please, help me.

Thank you and have a nice day!



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Problems were resolved by mount repo as a network drive by nfs.

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