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I have written a module that is refusing point blank to create the tables within my mysql4-install-1.0.0.php file....but only on the live server.

The funny thing is that on my local machine (which is a mirror of the live server (i.e. identical file structure etc)) the install runs correctly and the table is created.

So based on the fact that the files are the same can I assume that it is a server configuration and or permissions problem? I have looked everywhere and I can find no problems in any of the log files (PHP, MySQL, Apache, Magento).

I can create tables ok in test scripts (using core_read/write).

Anyone see this before?


** EDIT ** One main difference between the 2 environments is that on the live server the MySQL is remote (not localhost). The dev server is localhost. Could that cause issues?

  1. Is the module which your install script is a part of installed on the live server? (XML file in app/etc/modules/, Module List Module for debugging.)

  2. Is there already a record in the core_resource table for your module? If so, remove it to set your script to re-run.

  3. If you file named correctly? The _modifyResourceDb method in app/code/core/Mage/Core/Model/Resource/Setup.php is where this file is include/run from. Read more here

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Probably a permissions issue - a MySQL account used by public-facing code should have as few permissions as possible that still let it get the job done, which generally does NOT allow for creating/altering/dropping tables.

Take whatever username you're connecting to mysql with, and do:

SELECT User, Host
FROM mysql.user
WHERE User='your username here';

This will show you the user@host combos available for that particular username, then you can get actual permissions with

show grants for username@host;

Do this for the two accounts on the live and devlopment server, which will show you what permissions are missing from the live system.

How Do I Resolve a Failed SQL Run in Magento, To convert your install or upgrade script, run one of the following commands: Any DDL statements in a Recurring file will not be transferred to the new All released modules that previously used upgrade scripts must support SQL statements that are generated during the declarative installation process. sql files not being run when installing extensions. The last couple of manual (not through Magento Connect) extensions I've had to install have all had issues with the database tables not being created. These are the extensions which the installation consists of uploading two folders. The database setup file should be triggered after a page reload so that database tables are created however they aren't.

In the Admin->System->Advanced section is your module present and enabled?

Did you actually unpack your module to the right space, e.g. app/code/local/yourcompany/yourmodule ?

Do you have app/etc/modules/yourmodule.xml - I believe that this could be the overlooked file giving rise to your problem.

Migrate install/upgrade scripts to declarative schema, More videos. Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Run the bin/magento setup:upgrade script to install the new module. Check that Altering the database by direct SQL queries won't work. Instead� when we tried to newly update the module, which was now compatible with the other extension (conflict was removed) the sql update script wouldn't run. This was due to the table "core_resources." in there, the module version number was set to the newest version that we had installed weeks before - so magento wouldn't recognise that a new update had been performed again, it assumed the newest version was already there.

the cache could be the culprit, if you manually deleted the core_resource row for your module in order to make the setup sql run again, you have to also flush the cache

probably a difference between dev and production servers is cache settings, that would explain why you only see this in production

Create a New Module, Recurring scripts, which are executed each time you install or During the installation process, upgrade scripts apply only those changes that have not been applied The Magento installation only knows that a module has an upgrade These differences can be represented with atomic SQL operations. the cache could be the culprit, if you manually deleted the core_resource row for your module in order to make the setup sql run again, you have to also flush the cache probably a difference between dev and production servers is cache settings, that would explain why you only see this in production

For me, the issue appeared using Windows for development. Linux system is case sensitive. In my config.xml the setup section was named camelCase while the folder was named all-lowercase. Making them the same made the script run.

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Magento 2 Developer Documentation. Then, Configure the Magento database instance. MySQL 8 changes. For Magento 2.4, we added support for MySQL 8. This section describes major changes to MySQL 8 that Magento developers should be aware of.

If the module does not display, review step 1 carefully. Make sure your code is in the correct directory. Spelling and case are important; if anything is different, the module won’t load. Also, don’t forget to run magento setup:upgrade. Step 3: Create a class to run cron. This step shows a simple class to create a cron job.

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  • Can you add other modules, e.g. the developer toolbar or something else known not to screw up a system? If so then the problem is with your module not the setup of MySQL etc.
  • Later versions of Magento (1.6+ I think) look for an install-1.0.0.php file, rather than a mysql4-install-1.0.0.php file.
  • Thanks Alan. 1) Yep, I’m confident that all the required module files are installed correctly on the live server (as it is replicated from the dev server). 2) I am removing the listing in the db to test. 3) I will have a look at this function and debug. Thanks
  • Thanks for the reply. The live system has GRANT ALL for my user so I guess the MySQL permissions are more than enough. Thanks though.
  • I think this is off the mark because Magento uses its own connector to access the database.
  • Doesn't matter how magento connects, if it's a permissions issue, then this is how you'd compare the permission sets between the two systems. Just because magento has its own connector doesn't mean it can magically bypass the MySQL grant system.
  • Thanks for the reply. Yes everything appears to unpack correctly and the module appears in the admin correctly. As mentioned the file structure is identical to the dev server and it installs correctly on that. Thanks.
  • Is it registered already? Open phpmyadmin and search for your module name. It will be in a config table, just the one key. Take it out and then it should magically install itself.