Posts tagged mysql
For a project we need a second MySQL database for reporting, so whe can split the day to day business (forms) and the analytic reporting. Another thing is that the data must be very actual, so a nightly backup is not really an option.
Three updates to be done, without much of a problem. At least, that’s anticipated.
I’m running the release by Jean-François Piéronne, currently version 5.1.23, which has been released quite some time ago. Latest version as today is 5.1.46; same level but probably enhanced. So I updated the database, following the recommendations of the wiki on his site. There is a small typo in this document, but if you know VMS, it’s not much of a problem.
After restart, you need to update a number of tables but the script runs into a number of “Column already exists” errors. I don’t think it matters much, since the database runs fine after that.
The first attempt to access the blogs using IE8 failed but that may have been caused by running PHP-processes that lost connection the database (obviously the database needed to be stopped…)
Anyway, MySQL is now up-to-date.
Python and related
Second there are the Python updates. These come as logical devices: containers conta8ng all files, to be mounted as disks: one containing the libraries, and one containing the running software – one of them being the MoinMoin wiki. That update requires logical disks to be redefined, and some more logicals to be redefined.
This has all been taken care of, but for some reason, something goes wrong in running the WASD-procedure that starts the wiki:
We can easy deploy the Grails WAR file to Amazon Beanstalk in 3 simple steps:
For a Grails project we use Tomcat for our demo environment on Windows. Our Grails App is using MySQL as datasource. Here are 3 simple steps to get your Grails Apps deployed.