[Phpmyadmin-devel] Possible error with ZeroConf and dropping tables
marc at infomarc.info
Mon Jan 5 16:37:49 CET 2015
Isaac Bennetch a écrit :
> I think I've found an edge case error message when using the ZeroConf
> feature and removing the phpMyAdmin configuration storage tables.
> I used the Operations tab of a database with the ZeroConf feature to
> create the tables. Then, after some time, I decided to drop the tables
> or entire database. I then get an error about the missing tracking table:
>> SQL query: DocumentationEdit Edit
>> SELECT MAX(version) FROM `t_dr`.`pma__tracking` WHERE `db_name` =
>> 't_dr' AND `table_name` = 'pma__bookmark, pma__central_columns,
>> pma__column_info, pma__favorite, pma__history, pma__navigationhiding,
>> pma__pdf_pages, pma__recent, pma__relation, pma__savedsearches,
>> pma__table_coords, pma__table_info, pma__table_uiprefs,
>> pma__tracking, pma__userconfig, pma__usergroups, pma__users' AND
>> FIND_IN_SET('DROP TABLE',tracking) > 0
>> MySQL said: Documentation #1146 - Table 't_dr.pma__tracking' doesn't
> This is sort of an edge case but I could see a time when a user wishes
> to remove the configuration storage tables or database and shouldn't get
> this error. I've thought of two possible solutions but I'm not sure I
> like either of them:
> 1) When dropping a database or table, detect if it's part of the
> configuration storage and then disable the advanced features.
> 2) When tracking changes, don't track the configuration
> storage database or tables.
> I prefer 2 but I'm not sure about any ramifications of doing so.
> Any opinions about this?
Option 2 also has my preference. By the way, this bug maybe also happens
when using plain configuration storage (properly configured).
Marc Delisle (phpMyAdmin)
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