Thanks, that was what we ended up doing. (Although this was for RT
2.0.11, which didn’t have a sessions table…so the whole database is
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Agnislav
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2009 1:06 AM
To: Beachey, Kendric
Subject: Re: [rt-users] “Read-Only” global switch?
Beachey, Kendric wrote:
I’m about to (finally) migrate our 2.0.11 installation to 3.6.5 and
would like to have the 2.0.11 installation stay up for a few months or
so in a read-only capacity.
Is there (or was there as early as 2.0.11) an easy way to make RT be
read-only in a global sense? I mean, I can run through all the
group/user permissions and turn off anything that constitutes an
But if there’s an easy way to make it read-only on a system-wide
that’d be preferable.
I’ve done the same on rt 3.4.4 with granting rt_user mysql user only
right for rt3 db for all tables except sessions.
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