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Restore PostgreSQL on a new server after a Web Help Desk (WHD) upgrade

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Updated September 27, 2017

Overview

This article describes how to restore your PostgreSQL database on a new server after you upgrade to the latest Web Help Desk version. 

Steps

  1. Copy the backup file from the old server to the new server.
  2. Stop Web Help Desk on the new server.
  3. On your Web Help Desk server, open the Apps page and click Services.
  4. in the Services window, ensure that one of the following services is running and displays in the list. To start the service, right-click the service and select Start.
    • Web Help Desk PostgreSQL Embedded Database
    • PostgreSQL Embedded Database
  5. Navigate to your WebHelpDesk directory.
    Apple® OS X®:  /Library/WebHelpDesk    
    Microsoft Windows®:  \Program Files\WebHelpDesk    
    Linux: /usr/local/webhelpdesk
  6. Navigate to pgsql9\bin and double-click pgAdmin3. 
  7. In the pgAdmin III window, click File > Add Server.
  8. Add the following information in the window:
    • Name: WHDDB
    • Host: localhost
    • Port: 20293
    • Maintenance DB: postgres
    • Username: whd
    • Password: whd
  9. Click OK on the Guru Hint window.
  10. Expand Databases.
  11. Right-click whd and select Delete/Drop from the menu.
  12. In the Guru Hint window, clickYes, and then click OK.
  13. Right-click Databases and select New Database.
  14. Set the following:
    • Name: whd
    • Owner: whd
  15. Right-click whd and select Restore.
  16. Navigate to the backup file that you copied from the old server, and then click Restore.
  17. Start Web Help Desk on the new server. 
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12:20, 27 Sep 2017

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