[jadmin] A question about the migration of jabber.org to ejabberd

Luke-Jr luke at dashjr.org
Wed Feb 14 00:27:44 CST 2007


try playing with db4.2_dump cmd

On Tuesday 13 February 2007 04:00, Manuel Mely wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> > On Mon, Feb 12, 2007 at 11:15:13PM -0400, Manuel Mely wrote:
> >> We're planning to migrate our jabberd2 server to ejabberd.
> >> The jabberd2 is using BDB for auth and storage of users, and we want to
> >> migrate them (with their rosters, of course) to a database in
> >> postgresql. Now, i know that jabber.org is using postgresql as backend
> >> but i'm not sure if they were using jabber 1.x or jabberd2 , if it was
> >> jabberd2, did they were using BDB? and how they migrate the users to
> >> ejabberd using postgresql?
> >
> > Before we migrated to ejabberd, the jabber.org server used jabberd14.
> > Peter Millard wrote a report about the migration here:
> >
> > http://www.pgmillard.com/blog/?p=74
> >
> > /psa
>
> Yes! I had seen this report. But now my problem is to migrate from a
> jabberd2 server using backend BDB. And i think is more complicated
> because of the non-human-readable format that uses this type DB :(
>
> The way that uses Luke-Jr it's good when you have users that you can
> count with hand fingers, but i have a lot of users, and is a lot of info
> to fill in :)
>
> Ok, i will be looking for other ways on the web and waiting for a good
> way :)
>
> Thanks!!
>
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> ...pero dos no es igual que uno mas uno ...
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