On 03/10/2017 10:08 AM, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 03:52:02AM +0100, Jérôme Pinguet wrote:
After installing gnumed-server and gnumed-client successfully,
Did you run
apt-get install gnumed-doc
will install documentation taken from the Wiki.
psql: FATAL: role "root" does not exist
Your PostgreSQL installation seems not to have lc_ctype UTF-8 or C.
This will most probably lead to failures of the GNUmed server
Then it tried to install everything from v2 to v3 to v4 etc for a very
long time and it failed:
The existing database is cloned first. The copy is
then modified. The original database remains unchanged.
==> bootstrapping "v9-v10-static" ...
==> cloning [gnumed_v9] (22 MB) as target database [gnumed_v10] ...
==> reindexing target database (can take a while) ...
==> transferring users ...
==> bootstrapping "v9-v10-dynamic" ...
==> bootstrapping "v10-fixups" ...
==> setting up auditing ...
... skipped (disabled)
==> setting up encounter/episode FKs and IDXs ...
closing open connection from: database.__connect_owner_to_db via
<connection object at 0x7fb911d423b0; dsn: 'dbname=gnumed_v10
port=5432 user=postgres sslmode=prefer', closed: 0>
Bootstrapping failed: unhandled exception occurred
Please check the log file for details:
Bootstrapping "gnumed_v21" did not finish successfully. Aborting.
It doesn't detect that I never installed GNUmed and that it doesn't
need to update anything but just to install the latest database?
Thanks for your help.
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