I am using bugzilla 4.0.2. Now I installed bugzilla 4.4 in another machine. I imported the 4.0.2 backup to bugzilla 4.4. But I got an error *"ERROR 1005 (HY000) at line 315: Can't create table
Please help me out this.
This is a MySQL error. Search in the internet with the error number. You should get enough information. Are you getting this error when running checksetup.pl ?
I will suggest you to read the Bugzilla upgrade document fully before starting your upgrade.
This might be a silly question, but are you running on Windows? (I would guess by the table name with the backslash ('')
On Windows, make sure the my.ini file has the setting:
lower_case_table_names = 2
Then use mysqladmin to repair the database.
try port 587 instead of 465. To use 465 you need all the perl SSLeay libraries.
port 587 will use TLS.
If that all fails, then try to use a different SMTP relay. Like, use the one from your ISP, not google.
I want to upgrade Bugzilla from 4.0.2 to 4.2
The reason for upgrading is i want to use Testopia extension with bugzilla. I think there is no testopia for bugzilla 4.0.2
Is there any way to use testopia without upgrading bugzilla?
Else can anybody tell the steps how to upgrade bugzilla from 4.0.2 to 4.2?
I am using Bugzilla 4.0.2 . I am trying to configure EMAIL sending using SMTP with Username and password
I have tried to configure using correct SMTP configuration but every time it shows authentication failed.
I'd like to upgrade Bugzilla (Windows version) from our actual installed version (3.0.3) to the latest version (4.4.1). Is there a step by step guide I can use to do that ?
We are going to upgrading our Bugzilla version 2.22.1 to version 4.4.8 on MS Server 2008. What do we need to do to make it a successful upgrade? Any suggestions on how to proceed?
I am currently using bugzilla 2.20. I want to upgrade it to bugzilla 4.4 (latest version) restoring all the data and user information from the previous installation. I am unable to find the required document to
perform this action.
Kindly let me know how to go about doing this.