[p4] what do you do to verify perforce upgrade is good

Stephen Vance steve at vance.com
Fri Oct 14 11:46:23 PDT 2005


Two good steps are to run

p4d -r $P4ROOT -xv

from the command line on the server and to run

p4 verify -q //...

Note that the latter is very CPU intensive on the server and may take 
some time. It's also only useful if you had verified checksums stored 
prior to the upgrade, so make storing and verifying your checksums 
part of your pre-upgrade procedure.

Steve

At 12:06 PM 10/14/2005, Erin Gu wrote:
>Hi,
>Can you share the commands/steps you used after a server upgrade? Thanks!
>Erin
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