The issue usually only affects the metadata and on loading to AuraDB (currently running on Neo4j version 4). it fails a check (to ensure complete data and metadata integrity) and this is when you should proceed as follows:
1 - Download a Neo4j Enterprise 4.4.x latest via Neo4j Desktop
2 - Start the local database and run :
drop database neo4j
3 - Download a Dump from AuraDB or create a local neo4j database dump that you want to import into AuraDB.
4 - Locally, load the Dump file from Aura you have downloaded or the dump file you have created from the local neo4j database.
neo4j-admin load --from=neo4j.dump --database=foo
5 - Now you will be copying back neo4j database.
neo4j-admin copy --from-database=foo --to-database=neo4j
6 - Recreate the indexes (run cypher as per output of
7 - Verify you have the expected number of nodes and relationships for a quick sanity check.
8 - Load to AuraDB
or drag&drop the Dump file if smaller than 4GiB)
Please use this doc as your reference for database upgrades.
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