[ic] New catelogue with MySQL problems
Tue, 3 Oct 2000 15:26:44 +0100
> > Actually no I don't... :(
>> But I figured after that that it wasn't a good idea to drop any SQL
>> databases (I was trying to flush my system of *any* old files before
>> upgrading to 4.5.6 latest CVS's). Have you ever created a shop on
>> that particular machine with the name fooshop before?
>But I solved the problem.
>I operate a quite restrictive policy - i.e I gave the interchange user
>too few permissions - Index and Delete privileges where needed - a quick
>grant INDEX, DELETE ..... on ... fixed it.
>Sounds easy ... but it raises onther question:
>Why does interchange need "Creation style" priveleges such as index,
>delete and create - would it be possible to remove these and have them
>run at makecat time (under an admins privelege), so that interchange
>cats run under the least privileges ?
>Also a minor bug but when doing the following with interchange running
>(on an RPM install):
>[root@localhost fooshop]# su -c "/usr/lib/interchange/bin/interchange
>bash: /root/.bashrc: Permission denied
>The Interchange server was not running
>Which is suggest at the end of makecat, to restart the beast.
>The server starts and stops normally tho (just gets a bit confused)
Aha... thanks! I just tried the same and you're dead right, trying to
work on too many things and not stopping to fix 'em, so kludge is the
I'll avoid RPM, and stick to CVS which on the whole is working a treat for me.
Dave Barr eCommerce Technical Manager CricInfo Ltd
www.cricinfo.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01249 700748