[RDD] Moving Library From Machine to Another

Robert jeffares.robert at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 17:10:07 EST 2014

if you are using other then the appliance os your files may be in a
different place

use find / -name '*FILTER.txt' and you should track it down
or locate if your system has it

you need to be root 

It works fine 

You can also backup and restore and copy the /var/snd from the old
system to the new system


On Thu, 2014-01-30 at 14:04 -0600, Brandon Sossamon wrote: 
> I am planning to load into my new machine this weekend.  I have a good
> bit of my library set with markers and would like to keep that.  Upon
> looking into the wiki for help, I found the following article:
> Can I move just my audio carts to another Rivendell System?
> Q: I would like to do a total Rivendell database overhaul and
> basically start over with a new system setup. The only thing that I
> would like to keep is my music library. Is there a way that I can keep
> the music data (name, artist, album, scheduler codes, etc.) and easily
> integrate it back into a new rivendell database?
> A: You might want to check out the 'rivendell-filter' utility (part of
> the 'rivendell-importers' package), which was designed to do precisely
> this sort of thing --i.e. copy carts from one Rivendell DB to another.
> Frederick F. Gleason, Jr. Chief Developer Paravel Systems
> Note: See /usr/share/doc/rivendell/RIVENDELL_FILTER.txt on a computer
> with Rivendell installed for more information.
> I entered the above path and it gave me a "no such file or directory"
> error.  Are there further directions elsewhere?  Anyone have any tips
> on making this sort of move?  Will moving the database do the same or
> just the data?
> -- 
> brandon sossamon
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