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Make a copy of my projects
#1
Hello community!

I am quite new of libreplan, but i am already fond of this software!

Now my question: I use ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I have been working on libreplan for a couple of months, but now I need to move to another machine. How can I make a copy of all my projects (everything, including resources, material, timesheet, etc.) and move them to another pc (having the same version of ubuntu and libreplan installed on it)?
Probably it is a trivial question, but I do not know how to perform this simple task. 
I tried copying my libreplan folder placed in /var/lib/tomcat6/webapps to the new computer, but apparently it does not work: when I access libreplan in the new computer I see an empty project list (as well as empty resources, timesheets, etc.). What should I do? Huh

Many thanks for the support!
M.
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#2
Hello? Any ideas? It can't be a hard operation to perform...
Many thanks for your replies!

M.
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#3
You need to backup the postgres database which the webapp uses to store the data.
Maybe here is a good place to start
https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.1/static/backup.html
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(06-02-2016, 09:38 PM)jamesarbrown Wrote: You need to backup the postgres database which the webapp uses to store the data.
Maybe here is a good place to start
https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.1/static/backup.html

Many thanks jamesarbrown!
I had to work a little with users and permissions, but the dumping/restoring method suggested in your reference worked fine! Wink
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