Thanks for your help!
The main thing is I'm not 100% sure the database is undamaged, as the
system crashed unexpectedly, but I followed your instructions and here's
1) Exported the PSQL files to the new system, I had to reset the xlog
directory in order to let me run the PSQL database, but it worked.
2) Copied the whole assetstore directory as-it-was
But once I access the xmlui I get this exception:
org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: ERROR: current transaction is aborted,
commands ignored until end of transaction block
I guess PSQL is doing strange things, so unless you have any hint why could
be this happening, I'll consider the DB is corrupted as a given... :(
2013/8/27 helix84 <helix84@...>
> Yes, it's possible to save it as long as the database is undamaged.
> Your first step should be recovering the database on a new machine. If
> it's intact, also copy the assetstore directory to a new installation
> of DSpace (same version). When you have it working, you can verify
> which bitstreams have been damaged by running "[dspace]/bin/dspace
> checker -l -v".
> Compulsory reading: DSpace Mailing List Etiquette