#69 newest module 2.0b16 update fails no icons/player

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nobody
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2010-04-29
2010-04-29
rovert
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I updated the the newest module 2.0b16

and I tried to run update .php and got this

* Table 'zina_playlists' already exists CREATE TABLE zina_playlists (id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT,image_type TINYINT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,title VARCHAR(128) NOT NULL,description TEXT,dir_id INT,genre_id INT,user_id INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,sum_items INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,sum_plays INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,sum_views INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,sum_votes INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,sum_rating FLOAT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,visible TINYINT NOT NULL DEFAULT 1,date_created INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,mtime INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0, INDEX (dir_id), INDEX (genre_id), INDEX (user_id), INDEX (date_created)) ENGINE=InnoDB/*!40100 DEFAULT CHARACTER SET UTF8 */
* Cannot create {playlists} table.
* Zina Update could not create playlists table.
* Table 'zina_playlists_map' already exists CREATE TABLE zina_playlists_map (id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT,playlist_id INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,type VARCHAR(16) NOT NULL,type_id INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,weight SMALLINT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0, INDEX (playlist_id), INDEX (type), INDEX (type_id), INDEX (weight), FOREIGN KEY (playlist_id) REFERENCES zina_playlists (id)) ENGINE=InnoDB/*!40100 DEFAULT CHARACTER SET UTF8 */
* Cannot create {playlists_map} table.
* Zina Update could not create playlists_map table.
* Table 'zina_playlists_stats' already exists CREATE TABLE zina_playlists_stats (id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT,stat_type TINYINT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,stat INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,playlist_id INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,user_id INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,mtime INT NOT NULL DEFAULT 0,ip VARCHAR(15) DEFAULT NULL, INDEX (stat_type), INDEX (stat), INDEX (playlist_id), INDEX (user_id), INDEX (mtime), INDEX (ip), FOREIGN KEY (playlist_id) REFERENCES zina_playlists (id)) ENGINE=InnoDB/*!40100 DEFAULT CHARACTER SET UTF8 */
* Cannot create {playlists_stats} table.
* Zina Update could not create playlists_stats table.

Discussion

  • Ryan Lathouwers

    Ryan Lathouwers - 2010-04-29

    I'm not sure why you ran update.php directly. But the update already happened, hence your error messages.

     
  • Ryan Lathouwers

    Ryan Lathouwers - 2010-04-29
    • status: open --> closed-invalid
     

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