On Jun 12, 2007, at 7:51 PM, Reid Maynard wrote:
> My barely-two-week-old install, not much on it. During the install I
> got a error about problem creating the firehose table(?) or something
> like that. Now I am returning to the issue. I logged into MySQL
> expecting to find no firehose table, but surprise, their are three
> I have 177 in all
> I haven't investigated firehose via the UI, but I am getting this
> template lookup (returning false) on
> 'rand_mesg;firehose[misc];mainpage[default]', keys: 354, callers:
> Slash::Display line 219, Slash::FireHose line 1810, main line 69
> in the slashd.log
Do you experience the same thing with later tags? (161,162,163 if it
There is a bug that may-be-related to this:
Basically, when you do a fresh install, and you don't pick the
Moderation Plugin, you'll see mucho errors and the install pretty
much total fails.
However, with regard to the issue you brought up - I just checked out
_160, then installed (selecting the Firehose plugin, and the
Moderation plugin) and it went a-ok.
Are you sure you have a clean checkout of T_2_5_0_160?
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@.../
slashcode co -P -r T_2_5_0_160 slash
Regarding the rand_mesg - that means the system's not finding the
rand_mesg;firehose;default template in your site's database (ie table
templates). You can do a sql query to double-check. Is it in your
source-tree on your file system?
coolio:/usr/local/src/slash/current.untouched shane$ pwd
coolio:/usr/local/src/slash/current.untouched shane$ cd plugins/
templates shane$ ls rand_mesg*
ls: rand_mesg*: No such file or directory
but something is calling it:
coolio:/usr/local/src/slash/current.untouched/plugins shane$ cd ..
coolio:/usr/local/src/slash/current.untouched shane$ grep -R
PROCESS rand_mesg %]
So if I update my source-tree to the latest tag
cvs -q update -dPC -r T_2_5_0_163
and repeat those two (ls & grep), I get the same results. So as of a
much more up-to-date tag, the template's still missing.
I think you've found a bug! I filed it:
However, the schema structure's there in mine w/o problems:
mysql> show tables like "firehose%";
| Tables_in_slash (firehose%) |
| firehose |
| firehose_tab |
| firehose_text |
3 rows in set (0.00 sec)
I don't see any other firehose-related errors in my logs. Maybe you
are misinterpreting the error you quoted with having to do with the
Firehose plugin's schema?