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[email protected]:~/build$ screen -AmS mk_tri

                                 C O R E  /\___/

http://TrinityCore.org                    \/__/


Daemon PID: 27294


Opening databasepool 'world'. Async threads: 1, synch threads: 1

MySQL client library: 5.0.51a

MySQL server ver: 5.0.51a-24+lenny5

Connected to MySQL database at 127.0.0.1

MySQL client library: 5.0.51a

MySQL server ver: 5.0.51a-24+lenny5

Connected to MySQL database at 127.0.0.1

Databasepool opened succesfuly. 2 total connections running.

Opening databasepool 'characters'. Async threads: 1, synch threads: 2

MySQL client library: 5.0.51a

MySQL server ver: 5.0.51a-24+lenny5

Connected to MySQL database at 127.0.0.1

[ERROR]: In mysql_stmt_prepare() id: 177, sql: "DELETE FROM game_event_save WHERE eventEntry = ?"

[ERROR]: Unknown column 'eventEntry' in 'where clause'

~DatabaseWorkerPool for ''.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'characters'.

~DatabaseWorkerPool for 'world'.


Cannot find a Solution. Google got me no Reasons/Solutions

Please Help Me :(

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I have the newst core rev.

..

...

Initialize game time and timers

Starting Map System

Starting Game Event system...

Player::DeleteOldChars: Deleting all characters which have been deleted 30 days before...

Starting Arena Season...

Speicherzugriffsfehler

Why this? All updates are in the Database...

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Hi, i have latest revision downloaded, compiled, but when i run worldserver.exe, i get a lot of this line:

Creature (GUID: 14145) does not exist but has a record in `creature_addon`

Something wrong in the db, maybe an update that i did not applied??
Loading Creature Data...

SQL: SELECT creature.guid, id, map, modelid,equipment_id, position_x, position_y

, position_z, orientation, spawntimesecs, spawndist, currentwaypoint,curhealth,

curmana, DeathState, MovementType, spawnMask, phaseMask, eventEntry, pool_entry,

creature.npcflag, creature.unit_flags, creature.dynamicflags FROM creature LEFT

OUTER JOIN game_event_creature ON creature.guid = game_event_creature.guid LEFT

OUTER JOIN pool_creature ON creature.guid = pool_creature.guid

ERROR: [1054] Unknown column 'eventEntry' in 'field list'

MySQLConnection::_HandleMySQLErrno

>> Loaded 0 creatures. DB table `creature` is empty.

My creature table is NOT empty.

I had a patched server with wowarmory from getmangos community forum, after i updated the source, and compiled it i got these lines, and every creatures are disappeared from the world, however they are exists in the db.

Any idea?

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Hello there,

I'm attempting to use the Wiki instructions to create a Trinity server. I'm running 64 bit Windows 7 (on my server) and using mysql-5.5.10-winx64 and HeidiSQL 6.0. I'm not sure how to tell what the TrinityCore revision is, I used the git application just yesterday if that helps. The database files are labeled TDB_335.11.38_2011_03_05. I've not altered anything with custom code or anything else.

The problem I'm having is with the following instructions:

The following steps are done using your database management program (ex. HeidiSQL or SQLYog)

1. Create the three databases by importing C:\Trinity\sql\create\create_mysql.sql. You now have three databases - auth, characters, and world.

2. Import auth database structure by importing C:\Trinity\sql\base\auth_database.sql to the auth DB.

3. Import characters database structure by importing C:\Trinity\sql\base\character_database.sql to the characters DB.

4. Unrar C:\TDB\TDB_335.11.38_2011_03_05.rar and import world DB structure and contents by importing TDB_335.11.38_2011_03_05.sql to the world DB.

I'm not an expert at Databases and I'm very confused at what this means. Can anyone provide click-by click instructions on how to "import" a sql file?

When I do Import > Load SQL file... and open the file, nothing appears to happen. Do I need to click the Run button for it to work? I've tried that and it "does stuff" but when I get to the next part where I'm supposed to import updates to the characters database, when I try to load 2011_03_11_0_characters_channels.sql and "run" it I get an error saying "SQL Error (1054): Unknown column 'm_name' in 'channels'" which makes me think I'm doing something wrong.

I've previously set up a Trinity server on this computer using the very explicit instructions here: http://www.mmowned.com/forums/world-of-warcraft/emulator-servers/guides-tutorials/285921-guide-how-compile-trinitycore-start-finish.html . But those instructions are now out-of-date and among other things said to use Navicat, which the Wiki says not to use. Still, the level of detail in those instructions are pretty much what I need given my lack of understanding of all things sql.

Thank you in advance for your assistance. If there's any details you need to know that I left out, please let me know.

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Right click on your database........click import...

There is nothing called "import" when I right click on a database.

In the right click menu, the options are Edit, drop, empty table(s), run routines(s), Create new, Export database as SQL, Maintenance, Find text on server, Bulk table editor, Expand all, collapse all, display size of objects, select session background color, print, refresh.

There is no "import".

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There is nothing called "import" when I right click on a database.

In the right click menu, the options are Edit, drop, empty table(s), run routines(s), Create new, Export database as SQL, Maintenance, Find text on server, Bulk table editor, Expand all, collapse all, display size of objects, select session background color, print, refresh.

There is no "import".

Try SQLyog

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when I get to the next part where I'm supposed to import updates to the characters database, when I try to load 2011_03_11_0_characters_channels.sql and "run" it I get an error saying "SQL Error (1054): Unknown column 'm_name' in 'channels'" which makes me think I'm doing something wrong.

Please paste the section of the wiki that says you are to install updates to the auth or characters DBs after a fresh install -- you don't.

The base auth / characters DBs in sql/base are always up to date with the latest rev of the core. So if you are installing from scratch, you never apply updates.

-- Brian

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Try SQLyog

Considering the HeidiSQL is the one labeled "good for beginners" I think I'd rather figure out how to use it. Or is the Wiki advice in error?

Please paste the section of the wiki that says you are to install updates to the auth or characters DBs after a fresh install -- you don't.

The base auth / characters DBs in sql/base are always up to date with the latest rev of the core. So if you are installing from scratch, you never apply updates.

-- Brian

Alright that makes sense, I didn't comprehend the instructions to not update anything but world for a fresh install. Thanks. What is the proper import procedure though... was I doing it right?

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Considering the HeidiSQL is the one labeled "good for beginners" I think I'd rather figure out how to use it. Or is the Wiki advice in error?

http://xkcd.com/627/

And I am wondering if the problem is in the documentation or in the people that only read half of it.

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Alright that makes sense, I didn't comprehend the instructions to not update anything but world for a fresh install. Thanks. What is the proper import procedure though... was I doing it right?

We have made it about as easy as it can get...

When you download the full DB and import it, you then apply ALL the SQL in order that is in the sql/updates/world directory.

Every time a new full DB is dumped, all the SQL that was included in that full DB is moved to the sql/old dir (in case people that are just updating their DB and not reloading from scratch need the updates).

So -- again -- simple steps:

1 - load full DB

2 - import ALL SQL in sql/updates/world in order

3 - ???

4 - PROFIT!

(it is sad how true #4 is for so many people that use (abuse?) our code)

-- Brian

EDIT:

Simple steps to *keep* your DB updated:

1 - make sure that you keep track of the last update you applied to all 3 DBs

2 - when you compile a new rev of Trinity install ALL the updates from the last version you were on (this is where you need to check sql/old/3.3.5a to make sure there wasn't a full DB released between the last version you were on, and the one you are upgrading to)

3 - Since you are updating and not installing from scratch, you need to do that for all DBs (if there were updates for auth / characters). The auth / characters updates are in sql/updates/auth_char

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I felt this needed its own post...

Back to updating (a lot of people may not know this).

If you are on rev 11234 (yes, I am using old school rev numbers here) and there are no C++ code updates (only SQL DB updates between the rev you were on and the rev you are going to) you only need to apply the SQL and not recompile your core.

Here is problem with that though.. when you compile, a program gets run that gets your "easy to look at 11111 style version number" and includes it into the compile. So, if you only install the DB updates, then when you start you core it will still say 11234 even though you may be on rev 11333.

My advice is to compile the core again even if there are no code changes. It will help you know what rev you are on.

-- Brian

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Thanks for the responses everyone.

http://xkcd.com/627/

And I am wondering if the problem is in the documentation or in the people that only read half of it.

If you look at the mmowned link I put in my original post, scroll down to where it says "Now open up Navicat." Below that is the level of detail that could have avoided me making this thread. Just a FYI. My problem wasn't really with your instructions, but with my unfamiliarity with HeidiSQL, which I'm of course going to choose because it was the beginners option. Hopefully I'll be up and running on 3.3.5a Real Soon Now.

4 - PROFIT!

Well if its any relief to you I'm only making a machinima server that will never appear on the internet (and will never result in anything being sold). I think that is consistent with the trinity core philosophy if I've read the FAQs correctly.

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