I am in the process of migrating off of OnDemand FishEye and onto EC2 using the Atlassian AMI (running Ubuntu).
I have backed-up up my FishEye and Crucible data and copied to my new EC2 instance, but when trying to import the data using fisheyectl.sh command:
./fisheyectl.sh restore -f /sw/FeCru-backup-foo.zip
I get the following:
INFO - Using log4j configuration file: /sw/fecru-2.9.1/log4j-client.xml INFO - FishEye arguments: [-f, /sw/FeCru-backup-foo.zip] Starting Spring Context... config.xml not found in archive. java.io.FileNotFoundException: config.xml not found in archive. at com.cenqua.fisheye.ctl.RestoreConfig.getConfigFromBackup(RestoreConfig.java:85) at com.cenqua.fisheye.ctl.Restore.run(Restore.java:153) at com.cenqua.fisheye.ctl.Restore.main(Restore.java:267) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:57) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:43) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:601) at com.cenqua.fisheye.FishEyeCtl.mainImpl(FishEyeCtl.java:98) at com.cenqua.fisheye.FishEyeCtl.main(FishEyeCtl.java:41) Restore failed - no config.xml was found in the file backup file specified /sw/FeCru-backup-foo.zip
The config.xml file is located in the backup zip file, so I am puzzled as to the cause of this issue...
Which version of FishEye are you restoring backup to? Older versions of FishEye couldn't cope with folders entries inside zip file, but since 2.10 release I think those should work fine.
If that's the issue you can either try using newer FishEye or try avoiding repackaging the whole backup file. Just update the config.xml file required and update zip with this file only, using following commands:
# extract single config.xml file from a backup unzip backup.zip config/config.xml # edit config.xml with your preferred editor now, make necessary changes vim config/config.xml # update backup.zip with amended config.xml zip -u backup.zip config/config.xml
you may want to make a backup of your backup file first :D
Prior to upgrading to Fisheye version 3x the import would never complete and I would receive messages like this:
INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Application context succesfully cl INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Unpublish INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Closing org.springframework.osgi.context.support.O INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Destroying singletons in or INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Cancelling Timer INFO: command not found foo@system:sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - *** appli INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$ INFO - Destroying singletons in org.springframework.beans.factory INFO: command not found foo@system:/sw/fecru-2.9.1/bin$
Upgrading the version of fisheye resolved all these messages and I was able to import successfully. I also had another issue where the user running fisheye did not have sufficient rights to the postgres database. Once this was taken care of Fisheye ran without issue.
Can you please confirm that the config.xml is located in a directory called: config inside the zip.
e.g. config/config.xml .
Also, do you get the same error when trying to run the restore locally, away from EC2 ?
And just an FYI: the config/config.xml element is the first element read from the zip. Since this is failing it is likely that the backup.zip you've provided is invalid or not complete.
Yes, there is a file inside the zip named config/config.xml and I've validated that the XML is well formed.
After some testing I've found that taking the backup directly from the backup manager and running fisheyectl.sh restore works and I do not receive the "config.xml not found in archive" error.
Previously I had been extracting the zip file on my local machine and modifying config.xml to point to my new svn location, per the instructions:
It appears that its just the extracting and zipping of the backup file before running the restore that causes this issue. I've tested the zip process on both mac and windows without editing any files from the backup and it fails every time when running the restore.
My concern now is that the config.xml file that I am restoring is pointed to the wrong path for svn on my EC2 instance.
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