This won't work. Backup/Restore are physical binary methods and really only work inside a single instance. Between 0.9.3 and 0.9.4 we also upgraded our STLPort/Boost libraries which increases the likelihood this won't work.
There are some pieces in place to do a "logical" level method of moving data from one version (or server) to another. Check out http://www.luciddb.org/wiki/LucidDbSysRoot_EXPORT_SCHEMA_TO_FILE. And this is improving. In 0.9.4 we added the ability to generate the DDL for objects (including schemas) to make this even easier (just in case you don't have your original DDL saved).
Hope it all works out. Also, the list is not really the primary place this type of discussion occurs now. The forums here are the place to post this type of question in the future: http://www.luciddb.org/forums/
On May 22, 2012, at 11:59 PM, murali wrote:
> I am trying to RESTORE 0.9.2 luciddb dump to 0.9.4 luciddb.
> Triggered CALL SYS_ROOT.RESTORE_DATABASE( '...');
> After few hours it completed with Error: connection closed
> While starting the sqllineEngine it shows the below error
> "stored catalog model Timestamp " does not match compiled catalog model
> Timestamp "".
> Any ideas on how to fix this?
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