On Sat, Sep 22, 2007 at 09:54:50AM +0100, Earle Martin wrote:
> A couple of weeks back OGL's Postgres
installation was upgraded. I
> made a dump of the database before that happened, but it seems to have
> been in a slightly inconsistent state - key constraints broken in some
> places, probably due to me removing enormous swathes of spam in a
> rather brutal fashion. As a result, I can't currently restore it.
On Sat 22 Sep 2007, Dominic Hargreaves <dom(a)earth.li> wrote:
I'm no expert, but drop me a copy of the dump and
let me know what
version of postgres you're trying to restore to, and I'll have a play.
Any progress on this?
Even if not, it might be worth updating the OGL "temporarily offline"
message with the latest news, even if it's just "all the data is safe,
and our experts are working on getting it into sync with the latest
version of the database driver" or something like that. I'm mostly
worried that the datestamp on the announcement is over a month old,
and OGL is touted in several places as being the OpenGuides flagship,
so it looks pretty bad for the project. So even a small update (and
hence a bump to the announcement datestamp) would be a Good Thing.