I’ve got a site running 2.5.0.beta2 ( c4bc734b11 ). For . . . reasons . . . I need to keep it an its plugins pinned to a particular version.
I’ve built a new container on a staging site with Discourse pinned to a commit and each plugin
reset --hard to the same commit that the current production site is running. Now I want to restore a backup to make sure that this actually did what I think it did.
The backup file is named
And restoring it fails because:
Validating metadata... Current version: 20200320193612 Restored version: 20201303000002
or, for readability:
Validating metadata... Current version: 2020 03-20-19:36:12 Restored version: 2020 13-03-00:00:02
I vaguely remember that there was a problem with backups having the wrong version number, but I can’t find it.
I guess I need to just rename it to community-2020-06-10-163052-v20200303000002.sql.gz rather than community-2020-06-10-163052-v20201303000002.sql.gz?
EDIT: Renaming the backup file worked, at least for the database-only backup. . .
EDIT 2: And I was then able to restore a renamed full backup.