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error 1054: Unknown column
Posted by: methodology ()
Date: July 06, 2006 01:29AM

Hi

im using mysql as a backend for media wiki latest rev. We already have a wiki in place but im changing servers and therefore im backing up the data from mysql v 4.1 and restoring it to a new mysql 5 installation on a different box.

Im getting consistent errors however that I am sure to do with the dbase structure rather than any wiki wierdness, though I could be completely wrong in this as my experience with both mysql and media wiki is 1 whole afternoon..

Im getting:

A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was:
(SQL query hidden)
from within function "Block::loadRange". MySQL returned error "1054: Unknown column 'ipb_range_start' in 'where clause' (localhost)".

and having a google around im finding that its a problem with the way that 5 handles 4.1's data (though there really isnt much on the net about this error

can anyone help?

Thanks

Alastair Jones
Methodology Group

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error 1054: Unknown column methodology 07/06/2006 01:29AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Bob Field 07/06/2006 09:21AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column methodology 07/07/2006 08:49AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column William Findlater 10/18/2006 11:52AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Bob Field 10/18/2006 06:17PM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Alanna Rowley 11/15/2006 10:12AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Andrew Zabolotny 11/26/2006 06:58AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Andrew Zabolotny 11/26/2006 07:55AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column Richard Hedges 10/05/2008 06:28AM
Re: error 1054: Unknown column sheetal gotmare 03/26/2007 12:43AM


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