[chandler-users] Having trouble loading chandler.
jack.horsfield at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 14:32:39 PDT 2008
On Monday 11 August 2008 22:20:45 brett pontarelli wrote:
> Thanks, Jeffrey.
> I've looked at the backup repositories and back chex files. I think I've
> tried too many things to fix the problem and subsequently overwritten the
> meaningful backups with meaningless ones.
> At this point all I have is an old snapshot that throws the originally
> stated error every time I try to load it. Does anyone know how I can fix a
> broken db or extract from it the events. At the very minimum a list of
> event titles would be enough. Thanks.
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 12:54 PM, Jeffrey Harris
> <jeffrey at osafoundation.org>wrote:
> > Hi Brett,
> > What did you do to export your data? I can't seem to get Chandler to
> > load
> >> in any fashion except to "discard all my data and start with a fresh
> >> repository". I don't at this point much care the format, even a simple
> >> human readable text dump of all my data would be fine. I can rebuild by
> >> hand if necessary. Thanks.
> > Ouch. This looks like: http://bugs.python.org/issue1704156
> > I'm at a loss as to why this would be happening on Windows 2003 and not
> > Windows XP, but there we are.
> > Try renaming the file backup.chex and see if that fixes things for you.
> > If so, you can permanently fix this particular problem (after restarting)
> > by going to:
> > Tools > Automatically Restore from Backup
> > and unchecking Enabled.
> > Sincerely,
> > Jeffrey
you can load the broken one by choosing 'remove changes until application
loads' or some such. it works ok and i've not yet spotted anything that
actually did get deleted... which says something about my life, i spose.
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