I think I figured it out - I had created another database named =
'slash_backup' and had populated it with a previous dump of my 'slash' =
database by calling:=20
mysql slash_dump < slash-backup.sql
Well, I don't know mysql well enough, but I can only assume that my =
submissions started to be added to the 'slash_dump' database since =
everything seems to be working fine again, now that I deleted it.
I know, I know, sometimes I'm just too clever for my own good :-)
If I run into any more trouble, I'll alert the media again.
P.S.: If any of your have any idea what exactly was happening here, =
please let me know.
From: Alex McLintock <alex@OWAL.co.uk> - 2003-01-18 09:07:29
At 01:07 18/01/03, Michael Mehrle wrote:
>I think I figured it out - I had created another database named
>'slash_backup' and had populated it with a previous dump of my 'slash'
>database by calling:
>mysql slash_dump < slash-backup.sql
Is that *all* you did? AFAIK the actual database used is determined by
a) which "virtual user"
b) looking up that virtual user in DBIx::Password
My *guess* is that you changed one of these...
>P.S.: If any of your have any idea what exactly was happening here, please
>let me know.
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