[ic] SQL databases
Mon, 13 Nov 2000 16:12:25 -0300
Yes, I've restarted interchange both ways I know:
su -c "/usr/local/interchange/bin/interchange -r" minivend
su -c "/usr/local/interchange/bin/interchange restart" minivend
which both give the same result: everything ok, but there's no tables on the database.
David Totten wrote:
> have you tried running interchange -r yet? The tables should get filled when
> you start interchange for the first time.
> On Mon, Nov 13, 2000 at 11:09:14AM -0300, Marcel Montes wrote:
> > Hi!!
> > I'm trying to make the construct demo catalog using SQL (MySQL v3.22.25)
> > but when it
> > installs it, says it's all done. I've checked the databases and the
> > makecat creates a new
> > database but with no tables. I thought that it could be a permission
> > problem then I ran
> > "safe_mysqld --skip-grant-tables" and makecat still has the same problem
> > and what
> > makes me pay attention is the fact that makecat doesn't complain in
> > ANY way about SQL
> > it says nothing about it.
> > I've read something about going to <home>/cgi-bin and run "./construct
> > test=1". It DOES return
> > the expected text (Status: 404 not found... blah blah blah) so
> > Interchange is (as I've read
> > before) functional.
> > ======================================================
> > Here's what I've done:
> > Catalog name? testingthis
> > makecat -- Interchange catalog installation program.
> > *** We will be making a catalog named 'testingthis'. ***
> > =======================
> > BLA BLA BLA
> > =======================
> > Your company name: ...............................Testing Something
> > Interchange has a workable internal database, but many things will
> > work better (and a few worse) if you use a SQL database. Interchange
> > can configure MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle in a test configuration.
> > Set to 1 if you want to use MySQL, PostgreSQL, or Oracle: ..1
> > You can select this to use MySQL in your test catalog. Careful!
> > This requires the ability to create a database named "test_construct",
> > and is highly dependent on your Perl and MySQL configuration. Don't
> > be too surprised if this doesn't work.
> > Set to 1 if you want to use MySQL: ...............1
> > Database to use (will be created): ...............test_testingthis
> > DBI DSN to
> > use: ..................................dbi:mysql:test_testingthis
> > Username for MySQL (if any): .....................minivend_username
> > Password for MySQL (if any): .....................minivend_password
> > We can try and use mysqladmin to create the database in
> > MySQL. In many default MySQL distributions, any user can create
> > a database beginning with "test".
> > Use the next option to add parameters. If your MySQL is
> > password-protected
> > (and you know the password) you may want to add "-u root -p".
> > Set to 1 to create 'test_testingthis' with mysqladmin: ..1
> > To create the database you may need to supply a password and
> > username. To do that, add the option "-u USERNAME -p", where
> > USERNAME is a MySQL user with permission to create databases.
> > This is often the user "root".
> > Extra options for creation: ......................-uroot -p
> > You can use Interchange's companion configuration
> > interface, to do upload/download of files, manipulation of
> > the database, reconfiguration of the catalog, and much more.
> > To enable the UI, you will need a "super-user" account
> > name that has full access.
> > The initial password is "pass". CHANGE IT! You can do this
> > by going to the admin menu and selecting the superuser and
> > then "Change password".
> > Account name that will control this catalog: .....interchange
> > Administrative password: .........................pass
> > Found system commands to run.
> > Since you selected the MySQL option, you need to create
> > a database named "test_testingthis". In a default MySQL
> > configuration, any user may create and drop and modify
> > test_* databases, but some administrators disable this.
> > run "mysqladmin -uroot -p create test_testingthis"? y
> > Enter password:
> > Database "test_testingthis" created.
> > done.
> > Moving link program to /var/www/cgi-bin/testingthis.........done.
> > Copying share/ files to /var/www/html.......................done.
> > Moving HTML files to /var/www/html/testingthis..............done.
> > Moving image files to /var/www/html/testingthis/images......done.
> > Found additional system commands to run.
> > To enable image upload feature, you need to make a symbolic
> > link of the image base directory into your catalog directory.
> > ====================
> > THEN....
> > ====================
> > Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
> > Your MySQL connection id is 2 to server version: 3.22.25
> > Type 'help' for help.
> > mysql> use test_testingthis
> > Database changed
> > mysql> show tables;
> > Empty set (0.00 sec)
> > mysql> quit
> > ========================================================================
> > this has been run on a sql server with no grant tables
> > (safe_mysqld --skip-grant-tables)
> > any ideas?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Marcel Montes
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