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Bug#115638: marked as done (dancer-services: databases disappeared, can't seem to reestablish)

Your message dated Sun, 23 Jul 2006 01:08:21 +0200
with message-id <20060722230821.GY3384@roxor.cx>
and subject line dancer-services: databases disappeared, can't seem to reestablish
has caused the attached Bug report to be marked as done.

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Package: dancer-services
Version: N/A
Severity: important

-rw-------    1 services services       92 Oct 15 01:01 /var/lib/dancer-services/chan.db
(and others)

# cp *.db /var/lib/dancer-services/
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/chan.db'? y
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/memo.db'? y
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/nick.db'? y
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/oper.db'? y
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/seen.db'? y
cp: overwrite `/var/lib/dancer-services/stat.db'? y

-rw-------    1 services services     3729 Oct 15 01:03 /var/lib/dancer-services/chan.db
(and others)
# pidof dancer-services

# killall dancer-services
dancer-services: no process killed
# /etc/init.d/dancer-services start
Starting dancer-services:
dancer-services version 1.8.0-3_20010717_1 by dancer team
Compiled at Oct 12 2001, 19:07:51
Running on: Linux 2.4.12
Running in background (pid: 10374)
# Setting corefile limit... done.

(Yes, there's a missing \n there I guess.  Mine had the same.)

# pidof dancer-services
10383 10382 10376 10375 10374
-rw-------    1 services services     3729 Oct 15 01:03 /var/lib/dancer-services/chan.db
(and others)

Okay, so far it looks like the old databases are in place with your
version of dancer-services running.  BTW, yes they were generated with
1.8.0-0.0.2, not 1.8.0-3-1.

Trying to use them however, they seem to revert to the old files and
there are no channels or nicks visible in a /msg {Chan,Nick}Serv list *

BTW, dpkg -l dancer-services:
ii  dancer-services            1.8.0-3-1                  IRC services implementation for dancer-ircd
Double-dash?  Hmmm:
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root       220542 Oct 12 18:08 /var/cache/apt/archives/dancer-services_1.8.0-3-1_i386.deb

Maybe it's time to revert, but I suspect that would preclude staying in
sync with dancer-ircd packages.
!lazarus! Preparing to replace dancer-services 1.8.0-0.0.2 (using .../dancer-services_1.8.0-3-1_i386.deb) ...

-- System Information
Debian Release: post-2.2
Kernel Version: Linux phoenix 2.4.12 #1 Thu Oct 11 19:44:57 UTC 2001 i586 unknown

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That bug was opened for more than 4 years and, ultimately, I cannot
reproduce it. I am closing it, feel free to reopen it and to add more
info if it still happens...

 .''`.   Aurélien GÉRÔME
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