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    Hello,

    I'm testing a VB5 on one of my webhosting servers and I came accross this a startup error. I looked into MySQL and found out there was another database system called MariaDB. I have no idea where to look, what are possible solutions and how can I fix this

    Thanks,

  • #2
    The description says very clearly their mistake ...

    You look and configure config.php?

    Your MySQL is version 5.1.5 or higher? as well VB5 request ....


    You will have to read a little more or ask someone to help you.

    Greetings!

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    • #3
      "...I looked into MySQL and found out there was another database system called MariaDB. I have no idea where to look, what are possible solutions and how can I fix this" which means I looked into it, and so now I'm asking for help.

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      • #4
        Problem Solved. After contacting my host about the version of the db they quickly upgraded it and it worked.

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        • #5
          MariaDB should act the same as MySQL for your purposes. You can point the values in the /core/includes/config.php file to a valid and working database in MariaDB. PHP even uses the same client libraries to access it.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
            MariaDB should act the same as MySQL for your purposes. You can point the values in the /core/includes/config.php file to a valid and working database in MariaDB. PHP even uses the same client libraries to access it.
            Yeah, I thought so too. But, it didn't work. Must have been a bug or something.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Malcolmjr414 View Post
              Yeah, I thought so too. But, it didn't work. Must have been a bug or something.
              There's no bug in vBulletin that would cause this.
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