Watchers for queues didn't transfer

Hey There,

I’m working on a project that involves upgrading from RT 2.0 to RT 3.0.
Moving everything from one system to the other. I used the rt-2.0-to-rt-3.0
scripts and everything seemed to go fine EXCEPT the watchers for the queues
never transfered over. Am I missing something, or are they not supposed to
get transfered? If anyone can provide some insight that would be great,
thanks in advance.

Chris Belay
MIS Technical Assistant
777-5264

Hey There,

I’m working on a project that involves upgrading from RT 2.0 to RT 3.0.
Moving everything from one system to the other. I used the rt-2.0-to-rt-3.0
scripts and everything seemed to go fine EXCEPT the watchers for the queues
never transfered over. Am I missing something, or are they not supposed to
get transfered? If anyone can provide some insight that would be great,
thanks in advance.

Which version of the transfer script are you using? This was a bug in one
of the earlier versions, which was fixed.

John

I see the problem, I think. The dumpfile script that I was using was
version 1.20 while the dumpfile-to-rt-3.0 script I was using was the current
version. I’ll try running the scripts again, the newer versions and see
what comes of it. Thank you for your quick response.

Chris Belay
MIS Technical Assistant
777-5264From: “J. Sloan” js138@eng.cam.ac.uk
To: “Chris Belay” chris.belay@sasktel.sk.ca
Cc: rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] Watchers for queues didn’t transfer

Hey There,

I’m working on a project that involves upgrading from RT 2.0 to RT 3.0.
Moving everything from one system to the other. I used the
rt-2.0-to-rt-3.0
scripts and everything seemed to go fine EXCEPT the watchers for the
queues
never transfered over. Am I missing something, or are they not supposed
to
get transfered? If anyone can provide some insight that would be great,
thanks in advance.

Which version of the transfer script are you using? This was a bug in one
of the earlier versions, which was fixed.

John