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Hello , Before doing the migration, should I disable something to do it?

3.3.0 -> 3.4.0 Reorganisation of location_area_country table The table location_area_country has been optimized. You need to switch to the new format when you run updates. While updates are disabled, run the following SQL commands:

CREATE TABLE location_area_country_new AS SELECT place_id, country_code, geometry FROM location_area_country; DROP TABLE location_area_country; ALTER TABLE location_area_country_new RENAME TO location_area_country; CREATE INDEX idx_location_area_country_geometry ON location_area_country USING GIST (geometry); CREATE INDEX idx_location_area_country_place_id ON location_area_count

asked 18 May '20, 18:17

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https://nominatim.org/release-docs/latest/admin/Migration/ Disable anything that writes to the database. That's the update script (http://nominatim.org/release-docs/latest/admin/Import-and-Update/#updates), if you haven't installed the update script, then nothing needs to be disabled.

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answered 18 May '20, 21:08

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thank you!

(18 May '20, 21:36) edderantonio

but it doesn't come in the documentation how to disable

(18 May '20, 22:10) edderantonio

If the script is running kill the process. https://www.linux.com/topic/desktop/how-kill-process-command-line/ If the script is not running, then nothing needs to be done. Make sure the cronjob is disabled so it doesn't start automatically.

(18 May '20, 22:13) mtmail
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