I am using GUI to create backup for database.
1) Goto Login page, 2) Click on Manage Databases, 3) Click on BACKUP 4) Key in master password (I am sure the password is correct)
After I click the Backup button, I faced the error "Access Denied".
May I know how to solve this problem?
The only thing that will trigger this error is if the admin password you entered is not right. If you are using a custom server config file, check to verify the password you entered is the one the server is expecting to validate.
You might not have access to this config file if you are not the server's administrator.
i've the same problem and couldnt find the right answer from google, but i found that i i couldnt even dump the db using pg_dump and the error was.
-bash-4.1$ pg_dump -f DBNAME-dump DBName pg_dump: server version: 9.2.4; pg_dump version: 8.4.13 pg_dump: aborting because of server version mismatch
and that was because i followed the tutorial to install on Centos 6.4 and for this i had 2 versions of pgsql client installed. i removed the version 8.4.1
yum remove postgresql-8.4.13-1.el6_3.x86_64
and then i copied the pg_dump and pg_dumpall from newer version installed in tutorial
[root@tedt ~]# cp /usr/pgsql-9.2/bin/pg_dump* /usr/bin/
then test cli dump and works fine and web dump works fine too.
i wish this solution works for you too.
I have same problem. Password is correct because I can easily Duplicate my DB, but when start Back up:
"2014-05-24 04:23:25,823 1332 ERROR ? openerp.addons.web.http.HttpRequest.dispatch: An error occurred while handling a json request
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\OpenERP7\OpenERP 7.0-20140422-231307\Server\server\openerp\addons\web\http.py", line 285, in dispatch
TypeError: backup() got an unexpected keyword argument ''
2014-05-24 04:23:25,865 1332 INFO ? werkzeug: 127.0.0.1 - - [24/May/2014 04:23:25] "GET /web/database/backup?token=1400905405768&backup_db=olenka&backup_pwd=admin&=&session_id=ecadd017d3bc40c58f4020f056aa1a53 HTTP/1.1" 500 - "
Help me please.
I have exactly the same problem. I'm sure the password is correct, because when I go to database management -> password, I can change my password without any problem. Where is the location of the config file you're talking about. I'm administrator on the server and in the openERP.
I had this issue on two computers, and on both machines it turned out to be a memory allocation issue.
I was damn sure the master password was correct, as I could use the existing master password to create a new one. When I tailed the log, I saw " CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY" whenever I clicked the button to backup the database. On one machine simply rebooting fixed the problem. On the other server I had to assign additional memory to the virtual machine before the backup could be done.
So if anyone is having this issue, definitely take a look at the OpenERP log file for clues as to what may be happening!
I have the same problem and I'm pretty sure the pwd is correct, and I did that in Chrome, Firefox, and they both failed. When I tried IE11, it returned "OpenERP Client Erro, Syntax error, host:8069/web/static/src/js/core.js:449", so I guess something must be wrong with one of the files. I have to say this is a serious issue because if you can't backup your database, then the system get a 500 error later, it will cost more time to fix it.
[update] Now the issue turns to be SOMETIMES it can be backed up, sometimes it can't with the same pwd. If you can't back up, it will also lead to the disconnection of your host. Seems it's a serious issue.
I have a workaround for this problem with IE10 and other browsers. But somehow I'm not allowed to put text looking like "links" in my contribution. So I try this way. If you get the âaccess deniedâ popup. Simply copy the âdeniedâ link to the adres box of your browser and the backup download starts. I hope this helps.
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