type=myisam isn't supported in mysql 5.5.8

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eagle

11 Dec 2011
Posts: 1

type=myisam isn't supported by mysql 5.5.8 any more. This will cause create table statement error during installation.
tom

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tom

12 Dec 2011
Posts: 379

Thanks - this has been fixed in the current svn branch copy and will be in the next release (coming soon)
glegge

21 Mar 2012
Posts: 5

Is it looking like this will be released/fixed up any time soon? its just that i'll upgrade my server, it will have mysql at least version 5.5.8, and i will run into this problem..

many thanks for JOJO.
cheers
Gavin
tom

Developer

tom

21 Mar 2012
Posts: 379

soon.. you would hope so.. in the meantime - do you have or can you install an SVN client? the current branch version is pretty stable (at least as much so as the last release) and is available to checkout through svn using this command:
svn co http://svn.jojocms.org/branches/jojo1.0/ jojocms

glegge

21 Mar 2012
Posts: 5

Sure, i can do that and give it a go.
many thanks.
glegge

23 Mar 2012
Posts: 5

OK, not being an expert, before i go and try the current branch version via SVN, i should ask:
is there a way i can do this as an upgrade from where i am currently at (jojocms-1.0.0)

Many thanks
cheers
Gavin
Jaijaz Jaijaz

24 Mar 2012
Posts: 215

I've been upgrading a few sites recently and it is pretty painless.

My advice is to first backup everything, database, mysite etc.

Then create a new Jojo folder on the server with the svn version. I typically call these jojo_dd-mm-yyyy where the date is the day I took the svn snapshot.

Next step is to edit the config file to point at new version of jojo. Run setup again, at least twice. Sometimes not everything gets done with just one run.

Then test everything.

Things that have definitely changed that I can remember are:
The contact module. Forms are managed through the new edit forms section in the content admin.
I think the articles module changed the way categories work. Pages and categories are essentially one in the same now.

That should be about it.

Good luck.
If you not living on the edge you taking up too much space.
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