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Re: [SOGo] Any way to backup and restore shared calendars?


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  • From: "Zhang Huangbin" ( ) < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Any way to backup and restore shared calendars?
  • Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2017 00:27:21 +0800
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> On Aug 18, 2017, at 6:09 PM, Christian Mack
> ( )
>
> < >
> wrote:
>
> for user in <all_user>
> do

This helps. Thank you very much.

>> The backup files were generated with sogo-2.2.15, but SOGo on new server
>> is 3.2.10 (nightly build). Does it matter?
>
> Yes, that does matter.
> You have to upgrade to at least 2.3.1 before being able to use the
> backup for restore on a 3.x.y version.
> This also means, you have to run the database script
> sql-update-2.2.17_to_2.3.0.sh or
> sql-update-2.2.17_to_2.3.0-mysql.sh
> depending on your dbms.

This is what i did, it’s fully working with SOGo-2.3.22 (the latest 2.x), but
NOT fully working with SOGo-3.2.10:

1) On OLD server, it runs SOGo-2.2.15. Take backup with 'sogo-tool backup’.
2) Setup a new (1st) VM with SOGo-2.3.22 (latest nightly build), drop sogo
database, re-create the database and restart SOGo. SOGo creates required SQL
tables automatically. Note: since it’s already 2.3.x with new SQL structure,
i didn’t run the database script "sql-update-2.2.17_to_2.3.0-mysql.sh”.
3) Restore SOGo backup data (toke on step 1) with ‘sogo-tool restore’.
Everything is fine, personal calendars/contacts and shared calendars are all
present.
4) Now take a backup on this new (1st) VM with SOGo-2.3.22 (sogo-tool backup).
5) Setup 2nd VM with SOGO-3.2.10 (latest nightly build), drop sogo database,
re-create the database and restart SOGo. SOGo creates required SQL tables
automatically. Restore the backup token on 1st VM (step 4) with ’sogo-tool
restore'. Personal calendars/contacts are all present, but no shared
calendars.

Was any step wrong while restoring with SOGo-3.x? How can i correctly restore
shared calendars?

Thank you very much for helping.

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