[typo] db:create gives "Unknown database"

Scott Likens damm at livid.dk
Thu May 29 14:38:30 EDT 2008


Okay this is plain silly,

what does your config/database.yml show?

Which Adapter are you using SQLite3? MySQL?

If you are using MySQL please create the database, db:create does not  
create the database for you.

... and if you are unaware of how to do that, then please read the  
manual for whatever adapter you are using.

On May 29, 2008, at 9:09 AM, Arun Gupta wrote:

>>> Is it mandatory to use production database ?
>>
>> No it's for your production mode. Because with the production
>> database, there are too production configuration about cache by
>> example. So it's advise to use production environnement for a blog  
>> not
>> use for developpement.
> Ok, I was trying it on my local so thought of trying the development
> mode to begin with.
>
> Even with production mode, I'm getting:
>
> -- cut here --
> (in /Users/arungupta/samples/jruby/typo-5.0.3)
> rake aborted!
> #42000Unknown database 'typo'
>
> (See full trace by running task with --trace)
> -- cut here --
>
>>
>>>
>>> The command below should generate the development database, isn't  
>>> it ?
>>
>> This commande create the database. But your user are right for  
>> create it ?
> I'm using the database.yml bundled with Typo 5.0.3 and MySQL is also
> default (username: root, password: <blank>).
>
> -Arun
>
>>
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