[p4] Extracting data from a folder copy of Perforce media contents

jonimikkola perforce-user-forum at forums.perforce.com
Thu Mar 16 21:05:01 PDT 2017


Posted on behalf of forum user 'jonimikkola'.



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p4rfong, on 2017/03/17 01:25:00 UTC, said:
>    Although a newer p4d can read an older p4d format, we recommend that you start up Perforce with the same p4d that you were running earlier.  Old versions of p4d are available at
>   
>     ftp://ftp.perforce.com/perforce/ [ftp://ftp.perforce.com/perforce/]
>   
>   If all is well after starting Perforce, you can then upgrade.  If you do not have current support, you can upgrade only to the most recent date you had support.
>     
Thanks for reply. It seems like the format I have is 'too' old for the
newest p4d as I get the following message:


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>   Perforce server error:
>           Database open error on db.config!
>           BTree db.config from an older server version - 2013.2 or earlier    
And now when I check the FTP, I cannot find p4d anywhere in these older
versions:   ftp://ftp.perforce.com/perforce/r13.2/bin.macosx106x86_64/
[ftp://ftp.perforce.com/perforce/r13.2/bin.macosx106x86_64/]

Is there something I could still do?



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