[horde] upgrade from 3.3.11 to 5.0.2

Cale Fairchild cfairchild at brocku.ca
Thu Jan 10 11:59:08 UTC 2013

On 10/01/2013 05:23, Jan Schneider wrote:
> Zitat von Cale Fairchild <cfairchild at brocku.ca>:
>> On 09/01/2013 18:08, Alan Silver wrote:
>>> Hi all:
>>> I am currently running on a centOS 5.8 machine, mysql 5.0.95
>>> horde 3.3.11
>>> and the latest revs for the apps
>>> turba 2.3.5
>>> kronolith 2.3.5
>>> dimp 1.1.6
>>> ingo 1.2.5
>>> imp 4.3.9
>>> passwd 3.1.3
>>> I am installing a new server with centos 6.3, mysql 5.1.66.  And I 
>>> would like to upgrade to horde version  5.0.2
>>> I have read some into on these mailing lists and such, but I still 
>>> am having some issues. I can get v.5 to install just fine. But I am 
>>> having difficulties with getting the info from the old db to show up 
>>> in the new db. The apps I have been focusing on making sure that 
>>> they work are turbo and ingo since they are used heavily
>>> My latest attempts revolve around using the horde 3 db in the horde 
>>> 5 application and go to the configuration tab and updating the db 
>>> schemas. It seems to work. But I still cannot see entries in my 
>>> address book.
>>> With the address book, I do see the data in the mysql db.
>>> But if I try to browse my address book in horde, I get the following 
>>> error
>>> Jan  9 16:16:58 crayfish HORDE: [turba] SQL QUERY FAILED: 
>>> SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 
>>> 'object_nameprefix' in 'field list'  #012#011SELECT object_id, 
>>> object_type, owner_id, object_members,#012#011  object_nameprefix, 
>>> object_firstname, object_middlenames,#012#011  object_lastname, 
>>> object_namesuffix FROM turba_objects WHERE (owner_id#012#011  = 
>>> 'asilver') [pid 2383 on line 815 of 
>>> "/usr/share/pear/Horde/Db/Adapter/Base.php"]
>>> and the name(s) don't show up.
>>> Can anyone offer some advice or need further information to help me 
>>> out?
>>> Thanks much!
>>> alan
>> Hello all,
>> I have the same upgrade scenario; I have been reading the docs and 
>> searching the Internet for a few weeks now.
>> In the upgrade documents there is no mention of going from version 3 
>> ->5, just 3 -> 4 and 4 -> 5 so I have been struggling to get a 
>> temporary installation of Horde 4 going to do the database 
>> conversions one major version at a time. Is this the recommended path 
>> or are the database upgrade routines from Horde 5.0.2 designed to 
>> handle an import from a Horde 3 installation?
>> Thanks as well for any suggestions on the best upgrade path for data 
>> integrity.
> You can directly upgrade to H5, but the H3->H4 upgrade instructions 
> still apply.
Thanks for the quick reply,

When you say the H3->H4 instructions still apply, do you mean only the 
configuration file changes or does that include the horde-migrate-db 
script (which does not seem to be present in H5)? Is it possible that 
upgrading the long way H3->H4->H5 would produce a better DB migration, 
and therefore help situations like the one above?

Regards, Cale

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