[CalendarServer-users] Refreshing a running Calendar Server instance with latest build

Cyrus Daboo cdaboo at apple.com
Sat May 24 08:53:09 PDT 2008

Be careful about usingvtrunk right now as we are doing a lot of work  
there and some things may break. Use one of the latest Release  
branches instead  for any production system.

There should not be any issues with data migration. But bare in mind  
migration is only one way so you won't be able to downgrade to an  
older rev after running the newer one. So you may want to take a  
snapshot of your data directory before the upgrade.

Cyrus Daboo
(Tapped out on my iPhone)

On May 23, 2008, at 5:06 PM, Name Withheld <bookondesk at gmail.com> wrote:

> Newbie alert  -- please be gentle.
> I have a home Calendar Server instance that's been happily running  
> on Leopard since November 2007, serving three Leopard iCal  
> clients.   For the most part it's been running fine but there have  
> been some odd quirks in calendar event creation lately.  It strikes  
> me that it would be prudent to refresh this with the latest build.
> Here's what I plan to do:
> Shut down the existing instance
> Back up my master CalDav directory and all the current calendar data
> Execute this Subversion command to obtain the latest build
> Recompile and restart the instance
> Is this a valid approach?  Do I need to worry about any XML metadata  
> changes between the existing calendar data and the current build as  
> of May 23?
> Regards,
> Steven
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