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From Maxime Beauchemin <>
Subject Re: Can't restart after update
Date Tue, 11 Jul 2017 04:23:03 GMT
Did you follow the upgrade instructions and run the db migrations?


On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 9:16 PM, Jerry Hall, PourSafe <>

> I did an update today from .17 to .18.5. I can login and see my dashboard
> options but, when trying to access anything I get broken pages. This is the
> message. Does this mean I have to declare my DB path? If so it's located at
> /ec2-user/.superset/superset.db but, if I try to use that in it
> doesn't work.
> The message I'm getting is:
> OperationalError: (pysqlite2.dbapi2.OperationalError) no such column:
> tables.fetch_values_predicate [SQL: u'SELECT tables.created_on AS
> tables_created_on, tables.changed_on AS tables_changed_on, AS
> tables_id, tables.description AS tables_description,
> tables.default_endpoint AS tables_default_endpoint, tables.is_featured AS
> tables_is_featured, tables.filter_select_enabled AS
> tables_filter_select_enabled, tables."offset" AS tables_offset,
> tables.cache_timeout AS tables_cache_timeout, tables.params AS
> tables_params, tables.perm AS tables_perm, tables.table_name AS
> tables_table_name, tables.main_dttm_col AS tables_main_dttm_col,
> tables.database_id AS tables_database_id, tables.fetch_values_predicate AS
> tables_fetch_values_predicate, tables.user_id AS tables_user_id,
> tables.schema AS tables_schema, tables.sql AS tables_sql,
> tables.changed_by_fk AS tables_changed_by_fk, tables.created_by_fk AS
> tables_created_by_fk \nFROM tables \nWHERE = ?\n LIMIT ? OFFSET
> ?'] [parameters: (9, 1, 0)]
> ​I'm also unclear as when I run 'pkill gunicorn' to stop any processes and
> then 'superset runserver'​ my console appears to stay active which I'm not
> sure is normal behavior? If I CTL+Z it breaks back to the user prompt.
> ​Thanks for any help!​

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