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From:Reindl Harald Date:March 22 2012 9:24am
Subject:Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40
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Am 22.03.2012 05:41, schrieb Brown:
> Look man, there has to be someone out there that can tell me why one user table 
> has 5 extra columns. Is it version related or my sysprog person missed out on a 
> step. Its hard to believe that this problem is unique to my site. 

logically is it version-dependent
that is why you have to run "mysql_upgrade -u root -p" after updates

> plugin	char(64)	YES	

exists only on recent mysql versions as example


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date comparison querySimon Wilkinson16 Mar
  • Re: date comparison queryBaron Schwartz16 Mar
  • Re: date comparison queryhsv17 Mar
    • One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown18 Mar
      • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Johan De Meersman19 Mar
  • One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown19 Mar
  • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown21 Mar
    • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Johan De Meersman21 Mar
      • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Rik Wasmus21 Mar
        • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Nuno Tavares22 Mar
            • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Michael Dykman22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Reindl Harald22 Mar
            • RE: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Charles Brown22 Mar
          • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Mark Goodge22 Mar
    • Re: One inst has 39 columns- the other 40Reindl Harald21 Mar
      • tables do not have the same number of columns. Charles Brown22 Mar
        • Re: tables do not have the same number of columns.Johan De Meersman22 Mar