Backing up database - Failed - Rev 5952
I tried updating to the latest svn, but it gives me the backing up database… Failed error.
I tried doing it with the command no_proxy=“localhost” ./installfog.sh -y and it still does the same thing.
My load just went up a lot, but I’ll see if it drops after a few minutes.
Thanks for the help!!!
@Wayne-Workman no… sorry :-/ I will and let you know shortly…
@GFm you need to re-try installing after each change, you did that?
@Wayne-Workman same as before… tried both and restarted mysql service each time
@GFm and same command but with
@GFm inside of
localhostand try again. If that fails, change it to
127.0.0.1and try again.
@GFm from terminal what happens if you run
mysql -u root
@Wayne-Workman Tried updating to RC-10 and it gave me the same error as before about invalid database. Here is my config.class.php fil that it said to check out… Are my settings OK?
@GFm well… I guess this makes sense. Your installation fails at “backing up db” and the backups are 0 size.
@Tom-Elliott do you have thoughts on what is best to do?
I guess you could move to working-RC-10. This requires some special commands, message me for details.
@Wayne-Workman When I look at this, all the backups from recent show 0. The last backup with data is April, but I know I updated in July and see no backups.
I went into my fog database in mysql… Inside it had data, so it is there. Any other ideas to try and get this working since I can’t restore one of those mysql backups?
Thanks a lot!
@GFm So you attempted updating… a day ago, and it failed? You should find a db backup inside of
/homewith a date and time in it’s name. Just import that, and then try to move to RC-9.
The way you import them (without mysql pass) is:
mysql < file
with a password:
mysql -u root -p < file
This is covered in more detail here:
I checked out that config.class.php and it shows the correct settings to my DB, and I also restarted the mysql service, but no luck.
I can open a new post if you want since this is kind of separate, just let me know.
@Wayne-Workman Great, thank you!
@GFm Go to Sourceforge and find the commit number you want. Look at the commit messages to figure this out. Then follow the bottom of this, where it says “Update to revision”.
@Wayne-Workman Sorry… how to I go about downgrading back to RC-9? I’ve used svn up on my trunk folder over and over, so I don’t have the last version downloaded.
@Wayne-Workman Gotcha… thank you!
@GFm Just please wait for RC-10, or go back to RC-8 or 9.
@Tom-Elliott Anything you suggest I try?