n/citadel: Upgraded to citadel-7.66.

slackware-14.2
Damien Goutte-Gattat 13 years ago
parent 128d212a14
commit 3eb8347677
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      n/citadel/README_UPGRADE.txt
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      n/citadel/citadel-7.63.tar.gz.sha1
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      n/citadel/citadel-7.66.tar.gz.sha1
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*** UPGRADING FROM CITADEL 7.63 ***
The Citadel build system provides an "upgrade" option allowing to
upgrade the server without erasing the data files. However, since we are
building a package this option is not available. The recommended way of
upgrading a previous installation is thus a "dump and restore" process.
First, prevent any user to connect to the server (the Citadel
administration manual recommends disconnecting the server from the
network, to be sure), then dump the binary data by running the following
command:
sendcommand "ARTV export" > citadel-export.dat
Shutdown the server. Backup the /var/lib/citadel/data directory, then
erase its contents. The other directories in /var/lib/citadel contain
non-binary data and can be left untouched.
Upgrade the citadel package as usual, and run the following command to
initialize the server:
/usr/libexec/citadel/setup
Start the newly upgraded server, restore the dumped data and restart the
server again:
/etc/rc.d/rc.citadel start
sendcommand "ARTV import" < citadel-export.dat
/etc/rc.d/rc.citadel restart

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93eaf3a11878b326127f6554a84c30d77a95380a citadel-7.63.tar.gz

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0d039bd7a9fa827312d71b9a0dbf10eebb976752 citadel-7.66.tar.gz

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# Source package infos
NAMESRC=${NAMESRC:-citadel}
VERSION=${VERSION:-7.63}
VERSION=${VERSION:-7.66}
ARCHIVE=${ARCHIVE:-$NAMESRC-$VERSION.tar.gz}
WGET=${WGET:-http://easyinstall.citadel.org/$ARCHIVE}

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