Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Re: A lot of Problems with Migrating (conceptual)

On Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 7:13 AM, Alexander Joseph <alexander.v.joseph@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm not specifying the app level, I'm just running "python manage.py makemigrations --settings=config.settings.local"  and  "python manage.py migrate --settings=config.settings.local"
I'm not modifying the migrations files and I dont have an app with the label of admin, thats just the built-in admin. Thanks

I know you were doing a lot of refactoring. Did you rename the accounts app after performing an initial migration (applying an old migration with the old app name structure)? It sounds like your DB and your migration files might be out of sync. If you don't have any production data, I would recommend deleting and recreating the entire database, and deleting and recreating your migrations so that all the migrations are run in the correct order.

If you do have data you want to keep, then very likely you now have a ton of work to do writing custom migrations to sync everything back up manually. 


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