Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Set lower_case_table_names=1 on the Linux server before importing, this will convert all databases to lower case and new queries will use lower case, too. You can see it here. Your problem arises from the fact that the default value on Mac is 2 (names are not case sensitive when queried, but they are when stored) but 0 on Unix/Linux (names are always case ...


0

I'm no expert on Mac OS X, but on Linux, it's relatively easy to have more than one install running side by side. I follow a procedure very much based on the one here. Download the source code. Gunzip and untar it. As a sister directory to the unzipped and untarred one, create a directory (I call it "sandbox"). From within sandbox, run "cmake ../", then ...


0

The error message tells you that the MySQL server is not accepting a connection for user adminM4B1hN at the given host. You need to allow such a connection for that user (e.g. by adding an anyhost user entry (adminM4B1hN@%) for that user. Also, keep in mind how the MySQL server is seen from the remote end of your SSH tunnel. If the tunnel ends on the same ...


2

Here's an article I wrote for how to get one installed on Ubuntu. Installation instructions for the pldebugger for PostgreSQL pg_config --version "9.3beta2" Look here for source code matching your version of PostgreSQL: ftp://ftp.postgresql.org/pub/source/ For me, it was: wget ftp://ftp.postgresql.org/pub/source/v9.3beta2/postgresql-9.3beta2.tar.bz2 ...


0

I can't quickly find the link where I found this nugget, but it worked for me. export PGHOST=localhost Oh, here's the link. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13868730/socket-file-var-pgsql-socket-s-pgsql-5432-missing-in-mountain-lion-os-x-ser



Top 50 recent answers are included