Though the last version of the 2012-10-15 VM fixed the .ovf to remove an accidentally-included extra disk, this time an incorrect version of a different disk was added. This has been corrected and the finished product tested a bit, so hopefully this time we won’t need another followup blog post!
This time it’s
MusicBrainz 2012-10-15.ova, in the usual places.
Our previous upload wasn’t working; thanks to the help of Rob Nester, we’ve got an updated and working VM image up for use. It’s
MusicBrainz NGS 2012-11-15.
Sorry for any inconvenience. The Server Setup page on the wiki has also been updated accordingly.
If you’ve been waiting for the VM for the 2012-10-15 version, your wait is over! I’ve updated the Server Setup page with the links to the latest VM. As usual it contains a replicated database that can easily catch up to the latest data.
Grab yours now and start replicating!
UPDATE: This virtual machine is broken — we’ll work to get a new one up soon.
The promised Virtual Machine for MusicBrainz Next Generation Schema Release Candidate 1+ is now available for download. This virtual machine is setup as a slave and can pull replication data from the test server by running the admin/replication/LoadReplicationChanges from the musicbrainz-server codebase about 10 minutes after every hour.
See our wiki page for details on how to use this VM