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Started by [Unknown], September 20, 2005, 04:31:53 PM
QuoteThe red warnings are specifically for the "mysql" database that contains user, password, and grant information .....
ALTER TABLE smf_attachmentsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_collapsed_categoriesTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_actionsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_boardsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_errorsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_karmaTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_mark_readTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_onlineTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_searchTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_log_topicsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_membersTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_pm_recipientsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_sessionsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_settingsTYPE=InnoDB;ALTER TABLE smf_topicsTYPE=InnoDB;
QuoteMySQL said: Documentation#1146 - Table 'geeksoup_forum.smf_log_search' doesn't exist
Quote from: Masterd on January 11, 2011, 06:55:25 AMI tried this on my forum and nothing happened.
Quote from: Masterd on April 24, 2011, 08:04:24 AMIf your host doesn't support InnoDB then you can do nothing.