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[EP-tech] Eprints 3.1 to 3.3 upgrade not working
- Subject: [EP-tech] Eprints 3.1 to 3.3 upgrade not working
- From: dwhitehead at lincoln.ac.uk (David Whitehead)
- Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 10:19:06 -0000
I have been assigned the task of trying to convert the current EPrints
repository we have into 3.3. So far what I have managed to do is install
3.2 and then upgrade the current EPrints database and data into 3.2.4. I
have installed 3.3 and I am attempting to do the same thing but It's not
working and I get quite a lot of various different errors.
Below is a general list of errors I seem to be getting, I was wondering
if you could tell me either what might be causing them or any kind of
known solution for them:-
* Error: Expected the default config, but wasn't able to find
it, or it isn't a dictionary.
* Error: no current point in closepath.
* Error: Failed parsing page 85 using hint tables.
* Error: Failed to parse xref entry.
* Error:Top-level pages object is wrong type (null).
* Error: Object (253, 0) is not a pageDict.
* Error: Invalid number of first page shared object groups.
* Error Opening /tmp/ep-convertK7cXi/Drawing Perspective
Remembering the basics Lecture.txt: No such file or directory at
57 (This stops the upgrade process all together)
Note: I have been on the EPrints wiki and I have tried the
subject_reindex method on both 3.2 and 3.3 but I still cannot get past
3.3 without the errors.
Any help you could supply would be very much appreciated, thanks
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