[Snort-users] Snort-1.9.0-win32.exe

Roman Danyliw roman at ...438...
Fri Oct 18 11:35:04 EDT 2002


The latest version of the create_mysql script is always found the contrib
directory of the snort distribution.

Upgrade instructions from schema v105 to v106 are found in the Changelog.

Roman

On Fri, 18 Oct 2002, Tom Morgan wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I downloaded and installed Snort-1.9.0-win32.exe.  I need to find the
> create_mysql associated with 1.9.0.  I am getting the following error:
>
> database: mysql_error: Unknown column 'last_cid' in 'field list'
> database: schema version = 105
> database: The underlying database seems to be running an older version of
>           the DB schema (current version=105, required minimum version=
> 106).
>
>           If you have an existing database with events logged by a previous
>           version of snort, this database must first be upgraded to the
> latest
>           schema (see the snort-users mailing list archive or DB plugin
>           documention for details).
>
>           If migrating old data is not desired, merely create a new instance
>           of the snort database using the appropriate DB creation script
>           (e.g. create_mysql, create_postgresql, create_oracle,
> create_mssql)
>           located in the contrib\ directory.
>
>           See the database documentation for cursory details
> (doc/README.database).
>           and the URL to the most recent database plugin documentation.
> Fatal Error, Quitting..
>
> Where can a find a recent version of create_mysql?
>
> Thanks
>
>
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