[Snort-users] Anyone using Base?

Michael Steele michaels at ...9077...
Tue Aug 6 17:33:24 EDT 2013

I remember seeing this a few years back and I'm not 100 % sure but I think
it had something to do with strict mode?

Also not sure but have you tried MyISAM as an alternative to InnoDB?

Have you considered trying PostgreSQL?

Have you considered acquiring BASE from another source, and trying that?

Best regards,

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-----Original Message-----
From: SnortFan [mailto:SnortFan at ...131...] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 06, 2013 4:11 PM
To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Snort-users] Anyone using Base?

Reposting in its own thread.  

I've seen a lot if posts on acid event errors on the internet but no
explanation or solution.  I started with a clean install on MySQL 5.1.6
using innodb. A clean newly created set of base acid tables and the started
just one barnyard2 process feeding it.  I'm seeing the ERROR: Alert ....
could NOT be found in acid_event messages upon refreshing the base
interface. I was hoping that starting with a clean DB would get rid of these

Has anyone ever found a solution? Is it a true error or is it because the
database is too busy?  Is anyone using base and not getting these errors?


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