We currently have bitkeeper installed on a host where it’s true that the license has expired, in some sense. Rather than possibly damage the existing installation, I’d like to clone all of its repos to a different host. The latter has an instance of bk installed: bk-6.1.3 20150310145524 for x86-glibc213-linux.
What steps should I take to get that 6.1.3 installation to bk-7.3.2 for x86_64-glibc223-linux ?
On the old instance:
1035 2647 0.0 0.0 12208 1252 ? Ss Sep01 0:16 bk bkd -D -l/var/local/bitkeeper/log/system.log -P/var/local/bitkeeper/run/pid.system -d -p5562 -xcd -xpush
-P/var/local/bitkeeper/run/pid.system-alpha -d -p5563 -xcd -xpush
-P/var/local/bitkeeper/run/pid.eng-dev.d -d -p5546 -C -xpush
997 2662 0.0 0.0 5876 1016 ? Ss Sep01 0:03 bk bkd -D -l/var/local/bitkeeper/log/client-dev.d.log -P/var/local/bitkeeper/run/pid.client-dev.d -d -p5547 -C -xpush
So, it seems to be listening on 5562, 5563, 5546, 5547. My plan was to get the 2nd instance up to , then run the following, against each of those ports:
bk clone -sALL 192.168.0.191:
I’ve instructions on installing a fresh copy of 7.3.2, but I wasn’t sure if those would apply, where what is essentially an upgrade is concerned.