Hello SeaTable Team,
I’ve tried to restore backups (databases and SeaTabe data) in the version 2.0.0 using
After that the error “Library does not exist.” occurs when I open the existing base from backups (The base name is there but empty) or when I want to import a base from a .dtable file into SeaTable (Library c3… not found). However, I see this Library ID as a directory in seatable/seafile/storage/fs/ of my SeaTable data volume. There is no problem with user or group list. Databases seem to be restored . The I suspect that problem is due to the step of restoring the SeaTable data. Do you have any idea where I went wrong and how I can fix it?
Another question: In the step “Restore the databases” of the above guide I saw it. Could it be a mistake or is it a on purpose? For my test above I have customized it.
docker exec -i seatable-mysql /usr/bin/mysql -uroot -pMYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD ccnet_db < /opt/seatable-backup/databases/ccnet_db.sql docker exec -i seatable-mysql /usr/bin/mysql -uroot -pMYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD seafile_db < /opt/seatable-backup/databases/ccnet_db.sql docker exec -i seatable-mysql /usr/bin/mysql -uroot -pMYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD dtable_db < /opt/seatable-backup/databases/ccnet_db.sql
Thank you very much in advance.