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Re: DB drivers for www/php-owncloud
On Sun, 17 Jun 2012 20:33:52 +0900, Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost>
These are all really good questions.
Just dropped php54 support from this package by dholland@ remind this issue :(
It should be resolved.
Curious change, because db driver should be handled in options.mk.
Ideally, but I think it's better to include multiple drivers if the cost
in size/deps to the binary package is small.
For this package, db drivers are pluggable, so no need to hard depend
on driver packages.
I feel that owncloud-4 require either PDO or MDB2 drivers.
How about change dependency in options.mk to pdo drivers instead?
I don't understand 'mdb2'.
In pkgsrc, MDB2 packages are databases/pear-MDB2*, and I found that
MDB2 is included in owncloud (3rdparty/MDB2*).
Then, for MDB2, no need to installed from pkgsrc, just database
driver packages (databases/php-sqlite, php-mysql, and so on) are required.
I don't know the owncloud-3, but in ownclowd-4 (lib/db.php)
* default backend is MDB2
* if PDO exist and configured dbtype (default:sqlite) driver exists,
PDO will be selected (and sqlite == sqlite3, not sqlite2?).
I don't know why sqlite2 (databases/php-sqlite) thorough MDB2 was not worked
One question point is
databases/php-sqlite is for SQLite2 (PDO support is disabled),
databases/php-pdo_sqlite is for SQLite3.
Doesn't it mean that upgrade from 3 to 4 require database migration?
In theory, but it worked without me doing anything like that.
Thanks, then, probably compatible or migrated automatically.
OBATA Akio / obache%NetBSD.org@localhost
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