Known Issues

MySQL Upgrade Issue

Upgrading a RhodeCode Enterprise version that runs with MySQL currently requires some reconfiguring of your production.ini file so that an IP Address is set and not localhost.

Fedora 23 / Ubuntu 18.04

RhodeCode Control has a know problem with locales, due to changes in glibc 2.27+ which affects the local-archive format, which is now incompatible with our used glibc 2.26.

This often results in an error: setlocale: LC_ALL: cannot change locale (en_US.UTF-8)

To work around this problem, you need set path to $LOCAL_ARCHIVE to the locale package in older pre glibc 2.27 format, or set LC_ALL=C in your enviroment.

To use the pre 2.27 locale-archive fix follow these steps:

  1. Download the pre 2.27 locale-archive package
  1. Point $LOCAL_ARCHIVE to the locale package.
$ export LOCALE_ARCHIVE=/home/USER/locale-archive  # change to your path

This can either added in ~/.rccontrol/supervisor/supervisord.ini or in user .bashrc/.zshrc etc, or via a startup script that runs rccontrol self-init

If you happen to be running RhodeCode Control from systemd, use the following example to pass the correct locale information on boot.