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    Had to drop schema events -- because we write about 5 gigs of events each day (I do this all the time - on 6.2 and 7.0) and today it doesn't want to restart the webui. Internal Server Error. To clarify, we've been on 7 for a couple weeks.
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    Ok, second thought...is there any way to create a backup if the webui doesn't work (i.e. requested here http://forums.untangle.com/configura...-option.html)? This would be a life saver given the number of people with webui issues.

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    I do think you can run the backup from a terminal.
    /usr/share/untangle-net-alpaca/scripts/backup

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    I've been able to recreate the events schema with the following :

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    (echo "CREATE SCHEMA events;";cat /usr/share/untangle/schema/*/events-schema.sql) | psql uvm postgres
    With this, my previous workaround is not needed anymore, and the reports are no longer empty.

    Everything is working so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdrik View Post
    I've been able to recreate the events schema with the following :

    Code:
    (echo "CREATE SCHEMA events;";cat /usr/share/untangle/schema/*/events-schema.sql) | psql uvm postgres
    With this, my previous workaround is not needed anymore, and the reports are no longer empty.

    Everything is working so far.
    How sure are you guys about this command? The last method (the drop method) pooched our v7 machine -- although it was good on other versions.

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    My upgrade most likely failed due to lack of space.

    Finally got around to reinstall today and noticed my ESXi hard disc was provisioned to 20GB.
    20GB was a recommended size 2 years ago when I first configured UT.
    Find the recommendation here:
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Q...le_for_Windows

    Do not follow the guide. 80GB is the current recommended size (can't find it but it's somewhere on these forums).

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