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On Thu, 10 Apr 2003, Christian Hammers wrote:
> Why not using simple SQL and put the scripts only as comments? (a tool
> could then show them if this is wished).
Yes, something like that is planned.
> Oh wait, another problem: mysqld --bootstrap exists when an error occurs
> and your ALTER TABLES generates one if the table is already ok.
Hmm, that's true.
> Do you have a cleaner solution than splitting the file up into little
> queries and call mysqld --bootstrap for every of it so that an exit does
> not harm? Something like "--ignore-errors"?
Unfortunately not :(
Does that mean I can revert your patch for now?
> For now I just display a message like "once your server is up and
> running please call the following script...".
I think, that's sufficient. MySQL will run with the old tables without
problems, you just cannot make use of the new privilege features.
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