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Key: OX-1643
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Critical Critical
Assignee: andrew.hill
Reporter: Arlen Coupland
Votes: 0
Watchers: 1
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Special characters in password can cause Upgrade failure

Created: 13/Mar/08 11:23 AM   Updated: 29/Jan/09 07:47 AM
Component/s: OXP: Installation & Upgrade System
Affects Version/s: OpenX 2.6.0
Fix Version/s: Milestone 23, OpenX 2.7.19-dev, OpenX 2.6.3, OpenX 2.4.11
Security Level: Public (All users can see these issues)

Time Tracking:
Original Estimate: Not Specified
Remaining Estimate: 0h
Time Spent - 1.42h
Time Spent: 1.42h
Time Spent - 1.42h

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Passed QA Version/s: OpenX 2.6.3
QA Notes:
N/A for 2.7-beta hosted release - upgrade
passed retest in 2.6.3-rc1


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User johnange has reported that while upgrading, the following error was seen in the log after a failed upgrade:

{ #! script returned false OA_UpgradePostscript_8781812a20e052460f17402b567a722e #! Failure in upgrade postscript postscript_openads_upgrade_2.0.11_to_2.3.32_beta.php }

After continous attempts at upgrading, the user realized having a '$' character at the end of their chosen password was causing a problem.

{ I have solved my problem. In my case, the password I was using ended with a '$' character. Evidently, at some point the password field was used without being sanitized. As a result, the password in the config file was incorrect and the subsequent db config variables were omitted, eg: name= persistent= mysql4_compatibility= Correcting these values in the config file didn't help matters any because they just got destroyed again when trying to proceed with the installation. The only thing I could do was change the password and start over. }

Further details:
http://forum.openx.org/index.php?showtopic=503417741

Also has been reported when using a special character at beginning of DB password:
http://forum.openx.org/index.php?showtopic=503417820
However, using in the middle of password didn't cause a problem



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