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From phillips1021 <>
Subject Re: Transfer Archiva From One Server To Another
Date Fri, 26 Feb 2010 15:24:03 GMT

Reference our problem - Here is the log error when we try to use the Process
All Artifacts feature on the repositories admin web page:

2010-02-26 09:05:07,723 [btpool0-9] INFO 
org.apache.maven.archiva.web.action.admin.SchedulerAction  - [ActionMessage]
Your request to have repository [internal] be indexed has been queued.
2010-02-26 09:05:07,744 [pool-2-thread-1] INFO 
- Executing task from queue with job name: RepositoryTask
[repositoryId=internal, resourceFile=null, scanAll=true,
2010-02-26 09:05:07,818 [pool-2-thread-1] WARN 
- Consumer [index-content] cannot begin:
(No such file or directory)
(No such file or directory)

phillips1021 wrote:
> Please help us get Archiva working correctly after we copied it from one
> server to a new server.  
> We are using Archiva 1.3
> We had to move our Archiva installation from one server to another.
> We copied the complete apache-archiva-1.3 directory and sub directories to
> the new server.
> Archiva runs on the new server, but after the first hourly scan completes
> nothing shows up in the browse and no artifacts can be found using the
> search.
> The internal repository is present in the same place in the new server as
> it was in the old.  All the artifacts from the old server are there.
> On the repositories web page in admin we tried checking the Process All
> Artifacts and clicking on the Scan Repository Now button (we first did a
> touch of all the repository files) but it says it only found 37 new files
> but there are hundreds in our internal repository.
> Please help us get Archiva working correctly on the new server.  We don't
> want to have to start over with Archiva on the new server as we have added
> numerous artifacts of our own.

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