Restoring an openkm repository

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Restoring an openkm repository

Post by adouazzani » Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:24 am

Hello,
openkm 6.3.2 community
I have a backup of an openkm repository. I want to restore it and run it locally into my Mac.
Could you please help me with that

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Re: Restoring an openkm repository

Post by jllort » Mon Jul 09, 2018 7:19 am

I do not suggest restore in MAC computer, is not a good scenario for several reasons. A lot of pain for getting OpenKM running there, is quite difficult installing all the third-party applications needed and also you must disable MAC indexing tool or the performance of the application will be affected ( by default MAC OS it have a tools what indexes all the contents in your computer, this feature in combination with a DMS is not a good idea and you will get worse performance ).

About migration really is moving the files from one server to other, restore the database ( in production should be used MySQL if you do not configured it, then you are using the embedded database, that means is a file system database and with copying files, you are directly restoring it ).

If you understanding the installation process https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/ok ... ebian.html then you will also understanding how to move it and what.

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