[CentOS] (OT): Horde initial SQL setup

Craig White craig.white at ttiltd.com
Thu Jan 26 17:07:18 UTC 2012

On Jan 25, 2012, at 5:34 PM, Bill Campbell wrote:

> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012, Craig White wrote:
>> On Jan 25, 2012, at 3:45 PM, Bill Campbell wrote:
> ...
>>> What I haven't been able to find are the sql script files to do the initial
>>> database creation that were present in older versions of horde, imp,
>>> kronolith, turba, etc.
>> ----
>> Don't quote me on this - you can probably get a better definitive answer
>> from the horde mail list but I think the actual scripts are located in your
>> PEAR directory (perhaps under Horde/Test)
>> Of course you need to get into mysql and create a user for horde, create a
>> database for horde and grant permissions to the horde user for the horde
>> database and obviously configure that in horde/config/conf.php (which
>> should be possible with the web configuration tool.
> That got me there.
> After digging around in the $prefix/bin/webmail-install script
> and grep'ing my way through the Horde directories, I figured out
> that I could rerun webmail-install script after creating the
> mysql database, user, and password, and all the appropriate
> tables were created.
> Now I need to look at the schema to see what's necessary in
> migrating an older horde/imp installation to this.
the 'migration' of the db's should be done within the administration panel of Horde except if your previous version was too old.


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