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I seem to have everything working but I get the "Database is sick" response on index.php. I'm trying to use a non-localhost MySQL instance. I am able to connect to the MySQL database using Sequel Pro and I see all the latest tables and version is 19.
I have all the PEAR checkmarks and all is well. My db.php is:
$dsn = 'mysql://groogle:firstname.lastname@example.org:3306/groogle';
but I've tried:
$dsn = 'mysql://groogle:email@example.com/groogle';
Are you connecting to the remote mysql host via a client from the machine with groogle installed on it? If not can you try from the command line mysql client using the dsn you have?
I am able to connect from the host that I am attempting the groogle install on. Is there any logging that I can see what the issue may be? Thanks so much for your quick response!
Could you check the following:
- Can you ping the mysql server machine from the groogle machine?
- Can you telnet to port mysql server machine port 3306 from the groogle machine (mysql tcp listener port)?
- Can you telnet to port mysql server machine port 3306 from the mysql server machine (i.e. is it listening for tcp connections or using unix sockets)?
- Is there a firewall running on either host?
- Do you have selinux enabled on one or the other machines?