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May 2018
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
May 15 2018 04:24
@mollybrucepatterson Is the search in quotes? Or plain?
@TBthegr81 That's hitting a size limitation for your mysql installation.
@sshipley64 So I now have a working Windows Server 2012 installation... next to actually install on IIS. Stay tuned. I know this is taking way too long.
TBthegr81
@TBthegr81
May 15 2018 07:43
@collectiveaccess yes, but could I empty out that table and just let it re-index what it needs? It feels like 19.4 million rows is a bit excessive either way and letting it grow even further by extending the table size limit would not help anything.
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
May 15 2018 12:22
Yeah you might just want to try reindexing. That will kill the table and reload it.
mollybrucepatterson
@mollybrucepatterson
May 15 2018 12:44
@collectiveaccess the search isn't in quotes.
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
May 15 2018 13:58
@mollybrucepatterson Indexing on your system is pulling in identifiers from related objects. I've adjusted it and am reindexing it now.
sshipley64
@sshipley64
May 15 2018 14:55
@collectiveaccess Thanks. I have a new issue with the 1.7.6 pawtucket2-- it works fine with php 5.6 which is what I have on my internal machine. I'm required to have php7 on my public facing server, and the same pawtucket is giving me "PHP Notice: Constant CA_APP_TYPE already defined in D:\digital-collections_new\setup.php on line 320" along with a bunch of undefined index notices. 1.7.5 pawtucket2 works fine on this same server. Checking the boards with similar issues, I made sure that error reporting line is there and turned off clean urls and made a new setup file from the dist and none of them seem to resolve it.
mollybrucepatterson
@mollybrucepatterson
May 15 2018 15:01
@collectiveaccess that fixed it, thank you!
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
May 15 2018 17:01
@sshipley64 Try putting this at the top of your setup.php:
error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_STRICT);
sshipley64
@sshipley64
May 15 2018 17:14
@collectiveaccess That did it thanks! And thanks for working on the windows issue!