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converting from 3.7.1

Started by Phil Serna, June 20, 2008, 04:51:17 PM

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Phil Serna

well.. i'm screwed then. i probably wont be able to convert this.

btw.. since i didn't have the hosting on my godaddy.. would that be a problem with the path being not valid and not reading it?

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SleePy

no..
Why can't you ask your host?
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Phil Serna

I wouldn't know what to ask godaddy.
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SleePy

Just ask them how you can have the same mysql user access two different databases.

It may not be possible, which in that case you would have to have SMF and vb in the same database (but using different prefixes).
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Phil Serna

How would i go about the second answer? Having both on the same db?
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SleePy

You just need to import it into the current SMF Database.
Make sure though that they both have different prefixes!
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AdrenalineRider

Quote from: Phil Serna on June 22, 2008, 01:55:42 PM
How would i go about the second answer? Having both on the same db?

Hi Phil,

I am using godaddy too and I had the same exact problem when I converted my db
By default, godaddy has the access permissions. SMF & VB use diffrent prefixes. You would need to ask Godaddy tech support to guide you on this. Just ask " How do I configure mysql access two different databases"  Or alternate is to have the same mysql with multiple database ;)

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