Subject: Re: phpBB and mysql
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: antonio larripa <email@example.com>
Date: 08/29/2005 01:25:10
Add this line to /etc/my.cnf
And u get a lot more detailed info about what's going
on in the mysqld. It prints passwords in clear text
--- matthew sporleder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> How did you fix the broken table? If you can
> connect with the 'mysql'
> command line option, try reinstalling phpBB (after
> making a backup)
> and then just try to import your stuff. You may
> just have to recreate
> the index that phpBB is expecting.
> Php errors come out in the apache error log, or
> stdout (your browser),
> by the way.
> On 8/28/05, Rick Kelly <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Rick Kelly said:
> > >I do see one error in an ISAM file:
> > >wolf# myisamchk --check phpbb_search_results.MYD
> > >myisamchk: error: 'phpbb_search_results.MYD'
> doesn't have a correct index definition. You need to
> recreate it before you can do a repair
> > >I have no idea how to recreate it...
> > I managed to fix the broken table, but phpBB just
> doesn't talk to the
> > database anymore. Due to the lack of php log files
> showing why it fails
> > to connect, I will probably remove everything and
> start fresh with some
> > other forum system.
> > --
> > Rick Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org
> > <http://www.rmkhome.com/>
> > <http://rkba.rmkhome.com/> - the
> right to keep and bear arms
> > <http://wolf.rmkhome.com/> -
> firearm forums
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