Captive Portal databases are not upgraded from sqlite 2.x to sqlite 3.x, must be removed post-upgrade
Upgrading from pfSense 2.1.x to 2.2, the captive portal databases are in the older sqlite 2.x format and cannot be read:
Jul 28 10:12:59 pfsense logportalauth: Zone: zonename - Error during table zonename creation. Error message: file is encrypted or is not a database
Removing the database files with rm /var/db/*.db and then re-saving all CP zones and voucher tabs will recreate the files in the proper format.
We should either convert the files up or remove/reinitialize the files if they are detected in the wrong format.
Updated by Jim Pingle over 8 years ago
- Priority changed from Normal to Low
Though I saw this happen on a production unit when performing an upgrade, I can't seem to reproduce it locally.
On the system with the problem, there were four captive portals:
A: No Authentication + Vouchers
B: Disabled (RADIUS + Vouchers)
C: RADIUS Auth only
D: RADIUS Auth only
Of those, the database error only happened to the last one, D.
Even if it's not a general issue, we could catch the above error and reset the database file if it happens.
Updated by Jim Pingle about 8 years ago
I've tested this multiple times/ways since the code went in and couldn't manage to break it any longer. If anyone can replicate the problem with the current code in place we'll need copies of their captive portal databases and settings (pre and post upgrade if possible)