$wgDBtransactions gets set to true if using InnoDB tables. Is there
an advantage to using InnoDB tables?
The disadvantage is that with MySQL there is a file, ibdata1, that
seems to grow endlessly if InnoDB tables are used. See
We're wondering if we should just convert everything to MyISAM. Any
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I want to moving all pages in a certain namespace (about 60 pages) into
the the "main" namespace. I couldn't find how to do this, so I tried
exporting the pages and importing them and I ran into all sorts of
problems. Is there a way to do what I want without using the import and
export features (and without having to move each of them manually)?
When I search after some terms, which have not been defined yet, or after editing an entry (but not always???), I get the following error message:
For query "sales"
Jump to: navigation, search
A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was:
(SQL query hidden)
from within function "". MySQL returned error "1030: Got error 127 from storage engine (localhost)".
Has anybody had this error before? How may I fix it?
Thanks a lot in advance for your help and best regards,
P.S: I found a similar message at the The Wikitech-l Archives, but in my case no table name was written, so what shall I do????
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I am building a web site for a family member who is in the process
of completing a PhD and MediaWiki looks like the ideal CMS to use
as they will be able to update their own web site (delegation is
always important :-)
1) There may be a need to have certain pages in multiple languages.
Is the best way to do this for a small site is to add a language
identifier to the page title eg:
here is the CV in [[CV.en|English]] or in [[CV.nl|Dutch]].
Is there a way to do this and still have a more readable title eg
"English CV" rathern than "CV.en"?
2) I see from the LocalSettings.php that it is possible to prevent
access to certain pages for users who are not logged in. Do I
need to list all the pages I want blocked or is it possible
to do wildcards eg internal*
On Mar 21, 2007, at 10:10 AM, Caitlin Dempsey wrote:
> I've been trying to find a way to create a Google friendly sitemap
> for my wiki. The few solutions I have found that are specific to
> Wikimedia haven't worked on my wiki.
I found this page which has an extension that worked on my wiki:
[Resend from nagios-users(a)lists.sf.net -- I wanted to get opinions from
the other side of the isle]
Does anyone have a MW addon or Nagios Check (maybe utilizes the SOAP XML
API) that queries the application-level health of MediaWiki.
Something above & beyond simple check_http. Validate the backend
database functionality etc..
A simple wiki-side addon could use HTTP return codes and relay
performance data (count the articles, users, etc.)
if I use search function in our mediawiki I often didn't get a result.
e.g. if I search for "vpn" I don't get a result. If I enter "vpn-verbindung" the page is found. If I enter "verbindung" the page will be found as well.
Anyone can explain me why it doesn't work?
* MediaWiki <http://www.mediawiki.org/> : 1.11.0
* PHP <http://www.php.net/> : 5.2.1
* MySQL <http://www.mysql.com/> : 5.0.37