[CalendarServer-users] Refreshing a running Calendar Server instance with latest build
dscottbuch at mac.com
Sat May 24 10:50:29 PDT 2008
When you say release branches the only one I see is the 1.3. Do you
also mean the prop-?
On May 24, 2008, at 8:53 AM, Cyrus Daboo wrote:
> 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>
>> 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?
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