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Configured for sqlite3 ? How do I tell?

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    William_Syd
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    Hi,

    I’ve installed with a RPM. How do I find out if it was built with sqlite3 support?

    If it wasn’t, and I only have sqlite3 installed, what errors would I see.

    At the moment it appears to be working fine although I’m not using any exotic features.

    Regards,
    William.

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    rpedde
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    @william_syd wrote:

    Hi,

    I’ve installed with a RPM. How do I find out if it was built with sqlite3 support?

    If it wasn’t, and I only have sqlite3 installed, what errors would I see.

    At the moment it appears to be working fine although I’m not using any exotic features.

    You can look at your config file and see what the “db_type” is. If you try and drive a database you don’t have support for you get an error message in the syslog about “don’t have support for backend database type ‘x'”

    – Ron

    #9658

    deawar
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    Ron,

    Do I have to build/configure the server explicitly for MySQL or will any SQL type database work? I built 1571 nightly with SQLite3 but would like to use MySQL in it’s place.

    Thanks,
    Dean

    #9659

    rpedde
    Participant

    @deawar wrote:

    Ron,

    Do I have to build/configure the server explicitly for MySQL or will any SQL type database work? I built 1571 nightly with SQLite3 but would like to use MySQL in it’s place.

    Thanks,
    Dean

    I don’t have a mysql backend yet. It’s specific to either sqlite3 or sqlite2. I fully intend to have a mysql backend, as I’m familir with it and have done mysql code in C before, just haven’t gotten to it, and the db stuff is going to change, so there wasn’t any point in adding to my refactoring burden.

    Eventually it will be there, though.

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