Anyone used the couchdb 1.02 from the EPEL repository for Chef


#1

Has anyone used CouchDB 1.02 from the EPEL repo on CentOS to upgrade the version that is installed on their Chef-Server? I originally used the RBEL repo to build my chef server.

Are there any know issues with an upgrade from 0.11.2 ?? My plan is to dump the database and then try an upgrade with the 1.02 couchdb rpm from the EPEL repo. If I leave the chef.couch database in /var/lib/couchdb , Will the newer version be able to read it? What about the .view files in /var/lib/.chef_design ??? Or do I need to import the dump?

Thanks
Randy


#2

I haven’t tried 1.0.2, but was able to upgrade to 1.0.1 from 0.11.2 by
dumping, upgrading then restoring.

On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 5:31 AM, Van Fossan,Randy vanfossr@oclc.org wrote:

Has anyone used CouchDB 1.02 from the EPEL repo on CentOS to upgrade the
version that is installed on their Chef-Server? I originally used the
RBEL repo to build my chef server.

Are there any know issues with an upgrade from 0.11.2 ?? My plan is to
dump the database and then try an upgrade with the 1.02 couchdb rpm from
the EPEL repo. If I leave the chef.couch database in /var/lib/couchdb ,
Will the newer version be able to read it? What about the .view files in
/var/lib/.chef_design ??? Or do I need to import the dump?

Thanks
Randy


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