SMF 2.0.19 has been released! Please update. Read more.
Started by JayBachatero, January 13, 2007, 02:47:08 AM
QuoteProblems with indexes of table `phpbb_sessions`PRIMARY and INDEX keys should not both be set for column `session_id`Problems with indexes of table `smf_messages`UNIQUE and INDEX keys should not both be set for column `ID_TOPIC`UNIQUE and INDEX keys should not both be set for column `ID_MEMBER`More than one INDEX key was created for column `ID_MEMBER`
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Quote from: Gonad The Barbarian on March 17, 2007, 10:44:41 AMWell.......if all goes well with the work I've got to get done today, I'm going to pull down the phpBB2 board sometime tonight, install SMF and take a shot at converting everything over. Wish me luck!
Quote from: Bernie on March 17, 2007, 02:00:11 PMMay you have all the luck of the Irish, even if you are a barbarian.
Quote from: Thumann on March 19, 2007, 09:21:48 AMThis is the single most awsome script ever written in the history of written scripts that were awsome. I salute you!22.000 posts, 2500 topics and 500 users migrated in minutes.. with _NO_ errors what so ever.. Regards.Thumann
Quote from: margarett on March 16, 2007, 01:34:15 PMWell, is SMF already installed (with administrator user and sample board)?
Quote from: rivang on March 16, 2007, 09:35:45 AMI keep getting the error...This converter was unable to find SMF in the path you specified.Please double check the path, and that it is already installed there.I have a stock version of SMF in this path... /domains/mydomain/public_html/forum2I have a copy of my PHPBB board in this path... /domains/mydomain/public_html/forum3The two files for the converter have been uploaded to forum2, but when I run convert.php and fill in those two paths and database password, I get...This converter was unable to find SMF in the path you specified.Please double check the path, and that it is already installed there.Any suggestions?
Quote from: margarett on March 19, 2007, 10:48:27 AMetdwh, there is one way, in fact... I also found out by myself...Every link changes from:www.something.com/viewtopic.php?t=xxxxto:www.something.com/index.php?topic=xxxx.0So it should be possible to have phpmyadmin to change the "link" and adapt it.But shure, the redirect solution is much easier Also, you can search for "viewtopic" and manually change the addresses