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Can we implement auto import for upgrade_*.sql /?

Each server start, it will scan folder /sql-files/upgrades/ and compare to a new table.

If a new file is detected, it will import the sql to table and write the filename as a new entry.

 

File upgrades_????????.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> login_server_db

File upgrades_????????_log.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> log_db_db

 
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Can we implement auto import for upgrade_*.sql /?

Each server start, it will scan folder /sql-files/upgrades/ and compare to a new table.

If a new file is detected, it will import the sql to table and write the filename as a new entry.

 

File upgrades_????????.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> login_server_db

File upgrades_????????_log.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> log_db_db

 

+1 on this

 

just to clarify this will not auto update your server just download the update file correct?

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Can we implement auto import for upgrade_*.sql /?

Each server start, it will scan folder /sql-files/upgrades/ and compare to a new table.

If a new file is detected, it will import the sql to table and write the filename as a new entry.

 

File upgrades_????????.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> login_server_db

File upgrades_????????_log.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> log_db_db

 

+1 if this good for rA, then just go!

 

 

 

 

Can we implement auto import for upgrade_*.sql /?

Each server start, it will scan folder /sql-files/upgrades/ and compare to a new table.

If a new file is detected, it will import the sql to table and write the filename as a new entry.

 

File upgrades_????????.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> login_server_db

File upgrades_????????_log.sql will be imported to table according to inter_athena.conf or /import/inter_conf.txt -> log_db_db

 

+1 on this

 

just to clarify this will not auto update your server just download the update file correct?

 

just to clarify this will not auto update your server just download the update file correct?

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although 'yes', this will be wait for days or weeks or months or maybe years, or maybe in other timeline. /heh

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although 'yes', this will be wait for days or weeks or months or maybe years, or maybe in other timeline. /heh

Implementation begins in T minus 1 Years 3 Months 5 Hours

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Sadly there's no facepalm emoji on rA forum /heh

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although 'yes', this will be wait for days or weeks or months or maybe years, or maybe in other timeline. /heh

 

 

 

although 'yes', this will be wait for days or weeks or months or maybe years, or maybe in other timeline. /heh

Implementation begins in T minus 1 Years 3 Months 5 Hours

 

 

 

Sadly there's no facepalm emoji on rA forum /heh

rA dosent have, but google have. Facepalm-smiley-animated.gif

 

 

Million LOL from me!

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It'll only take years if no one wants to work on the feature.

 

I found my post about this in the staff dev forum.. from 2013.. i guess no one has wanted to work on it until now?

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I don't see why you would ask if we want this feature. If you offer a better product, or one that has more features, there is no reason to say no, unless there is something else you would be developing in that time. Since we don't know what the opportunity cost is, definitely do it.

Regards,

~Azura Skyy

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This feature is very good, but i strongly suggest to add a option to enable / disable this feature in config. Because some servers have a little bit different row structure in tables, and some upgrade_**.sql files can damage database.

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@Aleos Master? any comment about this suggestion? this will be more handy.

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