Trac 1.4.3 + TracTicketChangelogPlugin

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Hervé B.

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Jun 16, 2021, 8:52:42 AMJun 16
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Hello,
We are trying to migrate our IC server. This operation is done by changing the OS (CentOS release 6.10 to RHEL 7.9). We migrated the Apache, subversion and Trac server (1.0.11 to 1.43) with these plugins.

We migrated the subversion repositories and the Trac projects.

Unfortunately, we are having trouble with the TracTicketChangelogplugin version 1.2. We no longer see the changeset of our tickets.

Could you help us solve this problem?

thanks in advance
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hervé blaize

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Jun 16, 2021, 9:02:44 AMJun 16
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I allow myself to add 2 files (trac.ini 1.0 and 1.4)

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Jun Omae

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Jun 16, 2021, 8:26:46 PMJun 16
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Hi,
You could check logged messages in trac.log with DEBUG level and
browser console.

https://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracTroubleshooting#ChecktheLogs
https://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracTroubleshooting#ChecktheBrowserConsole


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RjOllos

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Jun 17, 2021, 4:09:12 PMJun 17
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Please try running:

> trac-admin $env ticketlog sync 

For reference:

Ryan

Clemens Feige

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Jun 18, 2021, 2:20:47 AMJun 18
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Hello

Do not forget to establish the SVN hook scripts for your new server.
This is called SVN repository synchronization.

Have a look into the ordinary TRAC "Repo browser" or into "history". If
you do not see any SVN commit messages, then there might be an issue
with SVN repository synchronization. The TRAC core and the
TracTicketChangelogplugin need this.

https://trac-hacks.org/wiki/TracRepositoryAdmin#Synchronization

Clemens

Hervé B.

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Jun 21, 2021, 9:30:30 AMJun 21
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Hello, I created a post-commit file in each of the SVN repositories. Then I ran the following commands:
trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi repository list
trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi repository resync "*"
trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi ticketlog sync

here is the console trace:
[root@srvsic:/data/repository]$ trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi repository list

Name      Type  Alias  Directory
-----------------------------------------------------------
Echanges  svn          /data/repository/subversion/ECHANGES
Métier    svn          /data/repository/subversion/METIER
Outils    svn          /data/repository/subversion/OUTILS

[root@srvsic:/data/repository]$ trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi repository resync "*"
Resyncing repository history for Echanges...
769 revisions cached.
Resyncing repository history for Métier...
18311 revisions cached.
Resyncing repository history for Outils...
4365 revisions cached.
Done.
[root@srvsic:/data/repository]$ trac-admin /data/repository/trac-fdi ticketlog sync
[root@srvsic:/data/repository]$


post-commit
#!/bin/sh
# POST-COMMIT HOOK
echo $(date) 'POST-COMMIT' > /tmp/hooks.log
REPOS="$1"
REV="$2"
export PYTHON_EGG_CACHE="/data/repository/trac-fdi/.egg-cache"
/usr/bin/trac-admin "/data/repository/trac-fdi" changeset added $REPOS $REV
exit


unfortunately I still can't see the changesets.

Hervé

Hervé B.

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Jun 21, 2021, 11:11:41 AMJun 21
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I tested the post-commit script. It works well.

Hervé B.

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Jun 22, 2021, 10:35:19 AMJun 22
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Hello,
I still have my problem. I don't see any changeset.

Do you have an idea to investigate?

RjOllos

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Jun 22, 2021, 10:42:01 PMJun 22
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On Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 7:35:19 AM UTC-7 Hervé B. wrote:
Hello,
I still have my problem. I don't see any changeset.

Do you have an idea to investigate?

Suggest doing as Jun suggested and checking the logs for:

On Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 5:26:46 PM UTC-7 Jun Omae wrote:
Hi,

Hervé B.

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Jun 23, 2021, 8:07:30 AMJun 23
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Hello,
With version 1.4.3, there is a new table that appears in the database: ticket_revision.

With version 1.0.11 here is the SQL query in the trac.log file:
2021-06-23 11: 34: 21,476 Trac [util] DEBUG: SQL:
            SELECT p.value, v.rev, v.author, v.time, v.message
                FROM revision v
                LEFT JOIN repository p
                ON v.repos = p.id AND p.name = 'name'
                WHERE message LIKE% s

2021-06-23 11: 34: 21,476 Trac [util] DEBUG: args: ['% # 1207%']
2021-06-23 11: 34: 21,514 Trac [util] DEBUG: prefetch: 6 rows

The result is 6 lines and the parameter '% # 1207%'

With version 1.4.3 here is the SQL query in the trac.log file:

2021-06-23 13: 54: 47,360 Trac [util] DEBUG: SQL:
                SELECT p.value, r.rev, r.author, r.time, r.message
                FROM ticket_revision AS tr
                 LEFT JOIN revision AS r
                  ON r.repos = tr.repos AND r.rev = tr.rev
                 LEFT JOIN repository AS p
                  ON p.id = tr.repos AND p.name = 'name'
                WHERE tr.ticket =% s

2021-06-23 13: 54: 47,360 Trac [util] DEBUG: args: (1207,)
2021-06-23 13: 54: 47,360 Trac [util] DEBUG: prefetch: 0 rows

The result is 0 lines and the parameter 1207,

By passing the SQL query select * from ticket_revision, the table is empty.

We see that the table is empty. What did we miss in the migration? 

Hervé B.

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Jun 24, 2021, 5:26:05 AMJun 24
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After running the 'trac-admin $ env ticketlog sync' command, the ticket_revision table is still empty. When creating a new ticket, the ticket_revision table is always empty. Weird ...

Ryan Ollos

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Jun 24, 2021, 10:53:24 AMJun 24
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On Thu, Jun 24, 2021 at 2:26 AM Hervé B. <herve....@gmail.com> wrote:
After running the 'trac-admin $ env ticketlog sync' command, the ticket_revision table is still empty. When creating a new ticket, the ticket_revision table is always empty. Weird ...

Could you check the debug level log while running "ticketlog sync" command? 

Hervé B.

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Jun 24, 2021, 11:08:20 AMJun 24
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Hi Ryan,

I send you the log file...

trac.log

Hervé B.

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Jun 24, 2021, 3:10:21 PMJun 24
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The lines are not inserted and there is no error. How can we debug the web_ui.py script or the SQL commands?

RjOllos

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Jun 24, 2021, 10:58:35 PMJun 24
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On Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 12:10:21 PM UTC-7 Hervé B. wrote:
The lines are not inserted and there is no error. How can we debug the web_ui.py script or the SQL commands?

It appears there are no ticket ids parsed from the change log at this location in the code, otherwise we would see SQL statements in the log after the "Trying to sync ..." messages:


What pattern are you using to reference tickets? Can you show an example message that references a ticket?

As described in the link below, you may need to configure the commit_ticket_update options:

Ryan

Hervé B.

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Jul 2, 2021, 5:03:35 AMJul 2
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Hello,

Finally I was able to install TicketChangelogPlugin. I had a problem with the pattern of our tickets.

Here is what I configured in trac.ini to make the plugin work:
[ticket]
commit_ticket_update_envelope =
commit_ticket_update_commands.close =
commit_ticket_update_commands.refs = <ALL>
commit_ticket_update_check_perms = true
commit_ticket_update_notify = true

The problem was on commit_ticket_update_envelope.
Thank you for the help you have given me.

Herve
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