Documents tagged with "CUBRID"
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- Restore Level 0 - No Tables Restored ? 
- I created a DB locally now. I backed it up at Level 0 and restored it on the target server.
The database restored normally, but when I open the table views there no tables are restored??
I have tried mutliple times I do not get what is wrong.
I have tried backing ...
- CUBRID development 
- Hi CUBRID team,
i really enjoy your sophisticated database!
What's about your current CUBRID development process?
Are there any new releases planned?
Can you tell us something about the CUBRID future?
- can't make cubrid shard work
I'm trying your sample found at http://www.cubrid.org/manual/92/en/shard.html#quick-start but can't make it work with shard_key.txt filled :(
Here is my configuration :
#min max shard_id
#0 255 0
#256 511 1
#512 767 0
#768 1024 1
- How to find out the Charset CUBRID uses ? 
- Hello, I want to find out the charset used in CUBRID using SQL. In MySQL it is possible to perform this operation by running "SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'character_set%'". Is there anything similar for CUBRID ? Best regards, Ovidiu
- Does CUBRID include init.d script to autostart Server? 
- Some time ago I've installed CUBRID on Linux using one of the available packages. I've been using it for my personal home page. Once in a while I need to restart the server and this is the point when it gets a little bit inconvenient because I need to run cubrid...
- What is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous modes in PHP cubrid_execute()? 
- In cubrid_execute() documentation is says that the developer can specify which mode to use: either synchronous or asynchronous. What is the difference between them and how they affect the performance?
- How many records are affected after REPLACE query is executed? 
- When REPLACE query is executed in CUBRID how many records are affected?
- Does CUBRID UPDATE the record if the new value is same as the old one? 
- As stated in mysql_affected_rows() PHP API manual: When using UPDATE, MySQL will not update columns where the new value is the same as the old value. This creates the possibility that mysql_affected_rows() may not actually equal the number of rows matched, only the number of ...