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Re: akonadi failing to connect to database

Thanks Kevin. I think this is what is broken. It's got a split brained config. So let me ask this...Which is a better backend? PostgresQL, MySQL or SQLITE? My understanding is that sqlite is not as heavy as mysql, at the cost of one thread (or query) at a time. Having said that, I know nothing about this particular use case.  And if MySQL is the right answer, can I use MariaDB?


On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 7:26 PM, Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer@gmx.at> wrote:
On Thursday, 2013-07-18, Brad Alexander wrote:

> Is there a config file that I should get rid of and just let it configure
> from defaults? I tried dpkg-reconfigure akonadi-backend-sqlite
> akonadi-server akonadiconsole but it had the same behavior after doing so.

The package doesn't change any user level configuration.
You probably have to install akonadi-backend-mysql or change the config
$HOME/.config/akonadi/akonadiserverrc so that it uses QSQLITE3 instead of
QMYSQL as the driver.


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