I updated to rails 4.2 from 4.1 recently. Not sure if that fact is related to my problem or not. I have not run any tests since before update. Now attempting to run a controller test give me the error:
‘migrations are pending’ with recommendation to run: bin/rake db:migrate RAILS_ENV=test
when I run migrate on test I get error:
PGDuplicateTable relation ‘users’ already exists
If I run migration on production I do not get error. If I run the following:
bundle exec rake db:migrate:reset RAILS_ENV=test
I can then run the test once, but trying to re-run gives me the migration pending error again.
Incidentally, my first project migration in migrations directory creates users table:
class DeviseCreateUsers < ActiveRecord::Migration
create_table(:users) do |t|
This is my first rails app so I am wondering what is causing this and how to resolve. Any ideas?
background: I am developing on windows 7 with rspec testing and Postgres database if any of that matters.