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The Lounge What is on Your Mind? VBulletin 3.8 to Discourse on Docker Migration Test Take Four Post 303045267 by Neo on Sunday 15th of March 2020 03:07:01 AM
Old 03-15-2020
VBulletin 3.8 to Discourse on Docker Migration Test Take Four

Test Build 4 on New Server, with changes identified in discourse test builds 2 and 3, primarily:
  • Insuring ruby-bbcode-to-markdown is enabled.
  • Removing line breaks from ICODE to markdown in migration script.
  • Added vbpostid to posts in discourse to setup migrating vb "thanks" to discourse "likes" (not sure if this part will work or not, first time test for this migration feature.)

Chuggin' along again, from total scratch on a new server (and with fingers crossed):

root@discourse1-app:/var/www/discourse# su discourse -c 'bundle exec ruby script/import_scripts/vbulletin_neo4.rb'
discourse:@localhost wants vb3
Loading existing groups...
Loading existing users...
Loading existing categories...
Loading existing posts...
Loading existing topics...

importing groups..
       20 / 20 (100.0%)  [173261 items/min]   
importing users
     4774 / 138160 (  3.5%)  [182 items/min]

Looks like the "user part" of the migration will take about 12 hours Smilie

Entry in discourse posts table, to set up "thanks" to "likes" migration:

 vbpostid                | integer                     |           |          |

Let's see if this new vbulletin_neo4.rb code works on the first attempt (if it does, that would be a pleasant surprise).

Note: Will not be migrating private messages (PMs) from vb to discourse in this test run and probably not in the final migration either.

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