[CalendarServer-users] how to update ?

jean jduffas1 at free.fr
Tue Nov 11 12:31:09 PST 2008


I just install it know (a few minutes ago) with snv checkout, so it' s  
verry fresh.
I don' t know what is the différence, perhaps it' s in the calendars...
they have been created with quite old version of darwin calendarserver.
and I have set memcache to "no"

jean


Le 11 nov. 08 à 21:26, Mark Cockfield a écrit :

> Jean,
>
> I just built a fresh CalenderServer install, copied the default  
> plist file, started it up and it works fine. I was able to browse  
> the repository using the webdav browser...so the question become  
> “how is your install different?”
>
> Sorry to ask the obvious but did you grab a fresh version today?  
> Also, did you set the memcahed value in the plist file to “no” or  
> “false”?
>
> Mark
>
> On 11/11/08 3:00 PM, "jean" <jduffas1 at free.fr> wrote:
>
>> it doesn't seem to be fixed,I got the same problem, even with  
>> memcache set to "no"
>>
>> here are the logs :
>>
>> mac-mini-de-jean-duffas-4:CalendarServer jduffas$ sudo ./run
>> Using python as Python
>>
>> ...snip...
>>
>> mac-mini-de-jean-duffas-4:CalendarServer jduffas$
>>
>>
>> Le 11 nov. 08 à 18:50, Wilfredo Sánchez Vega a écrit :
>>
>>> On Nov 11, 2008, at 9:29 AM, Mark Cockfield wrote:
>>>
>>>>> 2008-11-11 00:04:08+0100 [-] [memcached] can't run as root  
>>>>> without the -u switch
>>>
>>>   I *think* I fixed this in trunk yesterday.
>>>
>>> -wsv
>>>
>>
>>
>

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