On the new server in the logbook that should have several 2020 entries it stops on the last entry of 2019.
On the old server after stopping elogd i get:
/usr/sbin/elogd -v 3
Cannot open "elogd.cfg": No such file or directory
Are the files supposed to be in /usr/local/elog or /usr/share/elog? I have both on the old server. I only synced /usr/local/elog to the new server. In any case the Logbook with 2020 entries does not show a 2020 directory.
My backup system also does not show any 2020 logbook directories. It was current up to this week when I started this process.
Start your new server interactively with "elogd -v 3" to see all verbose output. You will then see how it indexes all logbooks. If not, you might have a wrong path in elogd.cfg
I am moving from a Hyper-V host to a VMware host and created a new elog server. I installed the elog software and did an rsync to get the .cfg file and logbooks to the new server.
rsync -av firstname.lastname@example.org:/usr/local/elog /usr/local/
On the new server all of the 2020 entries are missing and there does not appear to be a 2020 logbook on either server but I can still access the 2020 entries on the old server. Where might they be and how do I get them over to the new server.
Old server says version is ELOG V3.1.4-unknown and new server says version is ELOG V3.1.4-966e3dd
Bothe servers a fully updated CentOS 7.