[Users] Mysql issue with 1.1 on debian sarge
bogdan at voice-system.ro
Tue Jul 18 14:06:58 CEST 2006
I was not aware that this option is not supported on older versions of
The problem is that the old "version" table does not need to be copied
in the new DB, so that's the reason why the table is ignored.
A fast work around will be to remove or rename the "version" table
before running the re-install. Then you can take out the ignore option.
Jeff Williams wrote:
>I upgraded my openser installation to 1.1 on debian sarge using the
>packages at 'deb http://www.openser.org/debian'. I then tried to upgrade
>my mysql tables using /usr/sbin/openser_mysql.sh reinstall. However,
>when doing the dump openser_mysql.sh calls mysqldump with the
>'--ignore-table=' option, which doesn't seem to be supported on the
>sarge version of mysql (4.0.24-10sarge2). Is there a way around this?
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