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Re: gm-bootstrapping error

From: Karsten Hilbert
Subject: Re: gm-bootstrapping error
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2021 23:09:36 +0200

Hello Kei,

thanks for taking the time to report this issue.

> I have been trying to install gnumed on a fresh install of debian, first
> installing the debian-med metapackage (apt-get install med-practice) and
> then following instructions here :

> When I do _sudo gm-bootstrap_server_ command, I get the following
> message :

> ==> bootstrapping "config" ...
> ==> dropping pre-existing target database [gnumed_v2] ...
> ==> cloning [template1] (7917 kB) as target database [gnumed_v2] ...
> ==> reindexing target database (can take a while) ...
> ==> revalidating constraints in target database (can take a while) ...
> ==> transferring users ...
> ... skipped (unconfigured)
> ==> bootstrapping "reference" ...
> ==> bootstrapping "demographics" ...
> ==> bootstrapping "clinical" ...
> Cannot bootstrap bundles.

This is rather likely to be due to an unfortunate interaction
between Debian's default PG, v13, and the released-on-Debian
version of GNUmed.

This file

> /var/log/gnumed/server/bootstrap-latest.log

would enable us to tell for sure. If my assumption holds up
the problem has been fixed in a later release.

> Could you please tell me how best to send the content of the
> logfile?

You can just attach it to your mail if you reply.

Feel free to ask for more advice as needed,
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