Upgrade to Docker

These instructions assume:

  • You are upgrading from 0.10.0.

  • You are using a PostgreSQL database in the existing installation.

  • That existing Linux installs followed the instructions in the previous releases, with the openrem-function format that changed in the 0.9.1 release (Ubuntu installs that followed install_linux).

If not you will need to adapt the instructions as necessary.

Upgrade process from a PostgresQL database

Stop the existing services

  • Linux:

    $ sudo systemctl stop orthanc
    $ sudo systemctl stop nginx
    $ sudo systemctl stop openrem-gunicorn
    $ sudo systemctl stop openrem-flower
    $ sudo systemctl stop openrem-celery
    $ sudo systemctl stop rabbitmq-server
    $ sudo systemctl disable orthanc
    $ sudo systemctl disable nginx
    $ sudo systemctl disable openrem-gunicorn
    $ sudo systemctl disable openrem-flower
    $ sudo systemctl disable openrem-celery
    $ sudo systemctl disable rabbitmq-server
  • Windows: stop the following services

    • Orthanc or Conquest

    • IIS OpenREM site or other webserver

    • Flower

    • Celery

    • RabbitMQ

Establish existing database details

Review the current local_settings.py for the database settings and location of the MEDIA_ROOT folder. The file is in:

  • Ubuntu linux: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openrem/openremproject/local_settings.py

  • Other linux: /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openrem/openremproject/local_settings.py

  • Linux virtualenv: vitualenvfolder/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openrem/openremproject/local_settings.py

  • Windows: C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\openrem\openremproject\local_settings.py

  • Windows virtualenv: virtualenvfolder\Lib\site-packages\openrem\openremproject\local_settings.py

Export the database

  • Open a command line window

  • Windows: go to Postgres bin folder, for example:

    $ cd "C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.6\bin"
  • Dump the database:

    • Use the username (-U openremuser) and database name (-d openremdb) from local_settings.py

    • Use the password from local_settings.py when prompted

    • For linux, the command is pg_dump (no .exe)

    • Set the path to somewhere suitable to dump the exported database file

    $ pg_dump.exe -U openremuser -d openremdb -F c -f path/to/export/openremdump.bak

Set up the new installation

  • Install Docker

  • Download and extract https://bitbucket.org/openrem/docker/get/develop.zip and open a shell (command window) in the new folder

  • Customise variables in .env.prod, the orthanc_1 section in docker-compose.yml and in orthanc_1.json as necessary. A full description of the options are found in:

Start the containers with:

$ docker-compose up -d

Copy the database backup to the postgres docker container and import it. If you have changed the database variables, ensure that:

  • the database user (-U openremuser) matches POSTGRES_USER in .env.prod

  • the database name (-d openrem_prod) matches POSTGRES_DB in .env.prod

They don’t have to match the old database settings. The filename in both commands (openremdump.bak) should match your backup filename.

$ docker cp /path/to/openremdump.bak openrem-db:/db_backup/
$ docker-compose exec db pg_restore --no-privileges --no-owner -U openremuser -d openrem_prod /db_backup/openremdump.bak

It is normal to get an error about the public schema, for example:

pg_restore: while PROCESSING TOC:
pg_restore: from TOC entry 3; 2615 2200 SCHEMA public postgres
pg_restore: error: could not execute query: ERROR:  schema "public" already exists
Command was: CREATE SCHEMA public;

pg_restore: warning: errors ignored on restore: 1

Rename the 0.10 upgrade migration file, migrate the database (the steps and fakes are required as it is not a new database), and create the static files:

$ docker-compose exec openrem mv remapp/migrations/0001_initial.py.1-0-upgrade remapp/migrations/0001_initial.py
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py migrate --fake-initial
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py migrate remapp --fake
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py makemigrations remapp
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py migrate
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py loaddata openskin_safelist.json
$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py collectstatic --noinput --clear

Generate translation binary files

$ docker-compose exec openrem python manage.py compilemessages

The new OpenREM installation should now be ready to be used.