I'm using authlogic. On my local machine everything runs fine, but on my production server it's giving me an error, telling me that crypted_password can't be null when I try and create the admin user. I look at the error and notice that everything that's supposed to be encrypted or use a generated token is NULL. Mysql::Error: Column 'crypted_password' cannot be null: INSERT INTO `users` (`created_at`, `crypted_password`, `role_id`, `current_login_ip`, `password_salt`, `persistence_token`, `last_login_ip`, `login`, `email`) VALUES('2009-03-16 00:28:44', NULL, 1, '', NULL, NULL, '', 'admin', 'email@example.com')
on 2009-03-16 02:37
on 2009-03-16 04:02
Error fixed. I was using restful auth before and switched over to authlogic, but forgot to remove some code that restful auth put in my User model.