[Mediawiki-l] hiding and sharing articles/namespaces to the public
amitrajit.chatterjee at csueastbay.edu
Wed May 30 21:12:07 UTC 2007
But when you are using a command file to run every night, that means the
information will not be real time. So a change made now to a wiki will be
reflected on the other one only tomorrow.
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[mailto:mediawiki-l-bounces at lists.wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Michael Daly
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 12:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Mediawiki-l] hiding and sharing articles/namespaces to the
revansx at cox.net wrote:
> Instead of writing an extension, I also considered setting-up an second
> wiki whose MySQL database was just daily replication of the
> private one.
This is a simple solution and easy to implement with mysqldump backup of
the private and mysql to reload on the public one. This can be done
with a simple command file executed by a timer driven process overnight.
You could do this with a single MySQL installation if you massage the
exported sql file to rename the database from, say, wikidb (private
one) to wikidb_public before restoring.
> --- Does it pass the experts ho-ho, ha-ha test?
Simple is good!
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