[development] DB Column Format
darthsteven at gmail.com
Fri May 15 15:47:58 UTC 2009
If you have users that run the updates more than once either:
1. There is a bug in Drupal causing updates to be run more than once.
2. Users are selecting the update to be re-run of their own accord.
3. Users are selecting the update to be re-run for some other reason.
1. Is a fairly serious issue.
2. Is their fault.
3. depends who is telling them to do it.
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2009/5/15 Nancy Wichmann <nan_wich at bellsouth.net>:
> Chris Johnson wrote:
>> I think it would be cleaner and clearer to simply find a way to record
>> which update had completed
> One would think that checking the "schema_version" in the system table would
> be an easy way to do this. Unfortuantely, update.php is too "smart;" when
> one selects, for example, update 6113 to run, update.php resets the system
> table to 6112 before the hook_update_6113 runs, so checking the table
> doesn't work. Much as I hate to do it, I guess the only way to do this is to
> set a variable.
> Nancy E. Wichmann, PMP
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