Experimental SQLite Support On Trunk

Jochen Wiedmann jochen.wiedmann at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 09:31:45 UTC 2010

Which means, we should be able to create a standalone distribution,
which can be embedded into Apache with a few lines of configuration
... nice!

On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 12:43 AM, Max Kanat-Alexander
<mkanat at bugzilla.org> wrote:
>        Hello everybody! As of just now, the trunk Bugzilla code supports
> running using SQLite as its database backend!
>        There's only one catch: at the moment, you can't upgrade at all, ever.
> If you run checksetup.pl to upgrade, it will *tell* you that it upgraded
> but will not actually modify the schema. If you want to upgrade, you
> have to delete the database files (which will be in data/db/) and start
> over. The upgrade code has yet to be written--I plan to write it before 4.2.
>        However, as far as I know, all of the features of Bugzilla are working
> properly under SQLite. Please test it out and let me know if you run
> into any problems or bugs!
>        -Max
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