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):

Code:
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:

Code:
 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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Test::Unit::TestSuite(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Test::Unit::TestSuite(3pm)

NAME
Test::Unit::TestSuite - unit testing framework base class SYNOPSIS
package MySuite; use base qw(Test::Unit::TestSuite); sub name { 'My very own test suite' } sub include_tests { qw(MySuite1 MySuite2 MyTestCase1 ...) } This is the easiest way of building suites; there are many more. Read on ... DESCRIPTION
This class provides the functionality for building test suites in several different ways. Any module can be a test suite runnable by the framework if it provides a "suite()" method which returns a "Test::Unit::TestSuite" object, e.g. use Test::Unit::TestSuite; # more code here ... sub suite { my $class = shift; # Create an empty suite. my $suite = Test::Unit::TestSuite->empty_new("A Test Suite"); # Add some tests to it via $suite->add_test() here return $suite; } This is useful if you want your test suite to be contained in the module it tests, for example. Alternatively, you can have "standalone" test suites, which inherit directly from "Test::Unit::TestSuite", e.g.: package MySuite; use base qw(Test::Unit::TestSuite); sub new { my $class = shift; my $self = $class->SUPER::empty_new(); # Build your suite here return $self; } sub name { 'My very own test suite' } or if your "new()" is going to do nothing more interesting than add tests from other suites and testcases via "add_test()", you can use the "include_tests()" method as shorthand: package MySuite; use base qw(Test::Unit::TestSuite); sub name { 'My very own test suite' } sub include_tests { qw(MySuite1 MySuite2 MyTestCase1 ...) } This is the easiest way of building suites. CONSTRUCTORS
empty_new ([NAME]) my $suite = Test::Unit::TestSuite->empty_new('my suite name'); Creates a fresh suite with no tests. new ([ CLASSNAME | TEST ]) If a test suite is provided as the argument, it merely returns that suite. If a test case is provided, it extracts all test case methods from the test case (see "list_tests" in Test::Unit::TestCase) into a new test suite. If the class this method is being run in has an "include_tests" method which returns an array of class names, it will also automatically add the tests from those classes into the newly constructed suite object. METHODS
name() Returns the suite's human-readable name. names() Returns an arrayref of the names of all tests in the suite. list (SHOW_TESTCASES) Produces a human-readable indented lists of the suite and the subsuites it contains. If the first parameter is true, also lists any test- cases contained in the suite and its subsuites. add_test (TEST_CLASSNAME | TEST_OBJECT) You can add a test object to a suite with this method, by passing either its classname, or the object itself as the argument. Of course, there are many ways of getting the object too ... # Get and add an existing suite. $suite->add_test('MySuite1'); # This is exactly equivalent: $suite->add_test(Test::Unit::TestSuite->new('MySuite1')); # So is this, provided MySuite1 inherits from Test::Unit::TestSuite. use MySuite1; $suite->add_test(MySuite1->new()); # Extract yet another suite by way of suite() method and add it to # $suite. use MySuite2; $suite->add_test(MySuite2->suite()); # Extract test case methods from MyModule::TestCase into a # new suite and add it to $suite. $suite->add_test(Test::Unit::TestSuite->new('MyModule::TestCase')); AUTHOR
Copyright (c) 2000-2002, 2005 the PerlUnit Development Team (see Test::Unit or the AUTHORS file included in this distribution). All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
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