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I keep getting this error when i finish my ./nodebb setup im on centOS linux 64 bit
nodebb could not connect to your mongo database mongo returned the following error: auth failed
then the setup just gets aborted and when i do sudo service mongod start , or stop it just returns failed... heres the Mongo start failed , stop failed Mongo failed
and here is the error i get when i do the nodebb setup nodebb setup error any help would be great
Thanks for all the help!
For anyone else with this issue, the end solution was setting up the server via SSH not using the web console, shutting down nodebb with ./nodebb stop
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/redis-server
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install redis-server
to update redis, then starting nodebb back up using
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To answer your last query, NodeBB supports both
Thank you to both of you
Ensure that the config.json still points to the same database... if it's a blank site, then NodeBB is reading an empty database...
Before upgrading, config.json was pointing to Redis DB 0. After upgrading, it's still pointing to Redis DB 0. The configured Redis password still matches.
So not sure, how to proceed from here.
I'm using nodeBB and the password reset is doing some strange stuff.
For example, inputing 2 different password doesn't seem to be a problem :
Also some user click the "Reset" button and don't get any feedback at all.
I'm in production so wondering if an easy fix is possible..
Using postmark to send mail and it's working fine, the problem is with nodeBB reset button and logic.
Ensuring compatibility is quite a daunting task, especially since core itself does change often (less so than before, but occasionally still does).
In the case of bundled modules, that is, those defined in package.json, if they are out-of-date or too far ahead, they will cause NodeBB to not function. Its behaviour is quite restrictive, although it is intentional!
We're considerably less restrictive when it comes to third-party plugins, and all we read is the nbbpm.compatibility portion of package.json. Even then, we can't ensure that a dev will keep this section up to date, or even that there will be a section at all! So it is merely a suggestion, though I am open to changes.
I am considering changing nbbpm itself so that if a nbbpm.compatibility section is not found, it will not be added to the plugin listing. Right now a great majority of plugins don't specify compatibility information at all...
Ok , solved it , I looked in your tests, worked using this :
<!-- BEGIN results -->
@_value // without the _
<!-- END results -->
I see that if i put it without _ in post it renders as Object , you should have a look at this.
I think I've figured it out now. I had a limited knowledge about Redis earlier, so I decided to learn about it properly. I managed to backup the database by following this guide http://www.tutorialspoint.com/redis/redis_backup.htm if anyone else is stuck on the same thing as me.