I combed this script looking for a definition of the dsn list that might show
a case variance in the actual test. I didn't see it, but I'm not a
programer. My install of MySQL is fresh, from a binary distribution, on a
new RedHat 7.3 box. The only two databases on this new install are "mysql"
and "test" (the default testdb for "perl Makefile.PL).
What might I be looking for?
Can I go ahead and install with confidence?
On Friday 11 July 2003 02:19 pm, Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> Zitat von Joe McCarty <jmccarty@stripped>:
> > t/akmisc...........ok
> > t/dbdadmin.........ok 6/21New DB not in DSN list
> > t/dbdadmin.........NOK 11DSN testab not in DSN list.
> > t/dbdadmin.........NOK 15DSN testac not in DSN list.
> > t/dbdadmin.........FAILED tests 7, 11, 15
> > Failed 3/21 tests, 85.71% okay
> > What is the issue, and what is the remedy?
> I do not believe that this is an actual problem. I would rather think
> that this is something related to upper- vs. lowercase letters or
> something similar.
> Would you mind to dig into the test script a little bit and find out
> what's wrong?