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    Msyql problem!!

    Hey guys , uhh when every i start mysql it doesnt show the databases named Character or world it just shows Mysql , Test and information_Schema..

    Does anyone know how to fix it ?

    Edit: Screen shots!



    Those databases aren't supposed to be their , for my wow server their needs to be a World and a Character
    Last edited by lt1camaro13; 05-07-2009 at 11:03 AM.
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    Knight-Lieutenant AngelSandy's Avatar
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    Is it a repack?
    Is it self-compiled??

    Give screenshots, and be more descriptive please. :3

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    posted a screenshot
    Last edited by lt1camaro13; 05-07-2009 at 11:10 AM.
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    First two databases, keep them as tehy are. Test you may wanna delete/rename it for the actual databases.

    This seems to be a self-compiled setup. You'll have to load up all the data into 3 databases: World, Character and Account. For each realm, you'll have to setup 2 more databases: World and Character. Think up some solid naming before you step in and make a complicated mess outta it.

    I'm sure UDB will provide you with all the data you'll need if you're running MaNGOS. Depending on the core, you should find directions on where to get the data structure which would be compatible with your core.

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    i'm actually running Arcemu. and it wasn't like this yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonehwolf View Post
    First two databases, keep them as tehy are. Test you may wanna delete/rename it for the actual databases.

    This seems to be a self-compiled setup. You'll have to load up all the data into 3 databases: World, Character and Account. For each realm, you'll have to setup 2 more databases: World and Character. Think up some solid naming before you step in and make a complicated mess outta it.

    I'm sure UDB will provide you with all the data you'll need if you're running MaNGOS. Depending on the core, you should find directions on where to get the data structure which would be compatible with your core.
    did as you said and problem solved thanks mate +Rep for you
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    Lonewolf, you stole meh Rep >:O
    Nah just kidding ^^

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    Happy to help ^^

 

 
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