Fwd: How to migrate Amarok mysqle database from 32- to 64-bit
Maybe that helps you to get the data out of the embedded Amarok database.
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Subject: Re: How to migrate Amarok mysqle database from 32- to 64-bit
Date: Donnerstag 17 Juni 2010
From: "Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto" <email@example.com>
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On 17-06-2010 08:09, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> Michael Schuerig found out that Amarok 2 was not able to read its
> database, after he switched his Debian system from 32 to 64 bit .
> just copying the ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/mysqle/amarok directory into
> /var/lib/mysql on a system with a 32-bit MySQL server didn't help him to
> dump the database.
> I am still using 32-bit, but sooner or later I will switch too.
> How to migrate the database? I really do think there should be a
> path. Actually I think Amarok should at least put up some warning with
> some hints on how to migrate the database. Ideally it would offer to do
> for the user.
If you follow the Migrating from MySQL Embedded to MySQL Server section
of the MySQL Server article in the amarok wiki you should have no
problem migrating the database. The process relies on the use of the
mysql tools for dumping a database into a file and loading it back.
You need to do the dump from the original system before switching though.