Re: acidlab update broke acidlab mysql installation on sarge
Thanks, I was starting to head that direction anyway. Ironically, I had
switched to Debian in the first place a couple years ago to reduce
management overhead and use binary packages and now I'm heading slowly
back to having to run from source again to keep things up and stable.
I had the same problem and didnt find how to fix it, so i decided to update to BASE :
its build on ACID, works fine, you can keep your mysql database, just have to config a file and its ok.
On Mon, 14 Nov 2005 15:02:04 -0800
Rhomboid <email@example.com> wrote:
I an update/upgrade this morning and after updating acidlab several
functions are not working.
Example - select check boxes not working
Home page -> Most frequent 5 Alerts -> select any box to left of
"Signature" column. Results in error: "No alerts were selected or the
DELETE was not successful".
Example - drilling down to any column in alert listings results in
Home page -> Most recent 15 Unique Alerts -> click on any item in "Total
#" column. Results in error: "Database ERROR:Database ERROR:You have an
error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your
MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '-50, 50' at line 1"
Restarted all services, cleared browser cache, rebuilt alert database,
tried 'Repair Tables' option on Maintenance page.