Fulltext mysql create search index

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Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by Ron2K » Thu May 08, 2014 6:07 am

Apologies for the thread resurrection, but I'm having the exact same issue, and there doesn't appear to be any resolution to this; hence, I'm posting my information here.

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When did your problem begin? Dropped mysql fulltext index, updated tables from MyISAM to InnoDB, attempted to recreate mysql fulltext index.
Please describe your problem. SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ]

InnoDB presently supports one FULLTEXT index creation at a time [1795]

SQL

ALTER TABLE phpbb3_posts MODIFY post_subject varchar(255) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci DEFAULT '' NOT NULL, ADD FULLTEXT (post_subject), MODIFY post_text mediumtext COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci NOT NULL, ADD FULLTEXT (post_text), ADD FULLTEXT post_content (post_subject, post_text)

BACKTRACE

FILE: (not given by php)
LINE: (not given by php)
CALL: msg_handler()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/db/dbal.php
LINE: 757
CALL: trigger_error()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/db/mysql.php
LINE: 193
CALL: dbal->sql_error()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/search/fulltext_mysql.php
LINE: 786
CALL: dbal_mysql->sql_query()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/acp/acp_search.php
LINE: 365
CALL: fulltext_mysql->create_index()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/acp/acp_search.php
LINE: 46
CALL: acp_search->index()

FILE: [ROOT]/includes/functions_module.php
LINE: 507
CALL: acp_search->main()

FILE: [ROOT]/adm/index.php
LINE: 74
CALL: p_master->load_active()

Issue persists after both mysqld and apache restarts.
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I've switched to fulltext native for the time being, but of course this isn't ideal.

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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by Mick » Thu May 08, 2014 6:49 am

You should start your own topic, your situation isn't exactly the same as in the original topic. I've split this for you.
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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by digitaltoast » Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:57 pm

Using 3.1 RC5 and php 5.6/mysql 5.6 here, struggled with this most of the evening. Eventually read the error message a little closer, and ended up doing this directly in phpmyadmin:

Code: Select all

ALTER TABLE phpbb3_posts MODIFY post_subject varchar(255) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci DEFAULT '' NOT NULL, ADD FULLTEXT (post_subject);
and then

Code: Select all

ALTER TABLE phpbb3_posts MODIFY post_text mediumtext COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci NOT NULL, ADD FULLTEXT post_content (post_text, post_subject);
Eh voila! Native fulltext innodb search and 500Mb saved!

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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by dero88 » Sat Oct 31, 2015 6:18 pm

I'm using phpbb 3.1.6, php 5.5.9 / MySQL 5.6.27 and got the same issue than above. The solution mentioned by digitaltoast works. Phpbb tries to run 2 sql queries in one, both creating a fulltext index, what innodb engines don't support. Splitting this command in 2 parts corrects it.

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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by digitaltoast » Mon Dec 26, 2016 1:03 pm

I just had to do the same thing again, this time to create an index in 3.2

Should I file a bug?

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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by JimA » Mon Dec 26, 2016 1:26 pm

digitaltoast wrote:I just had to do the same thing again, this time to create an index in 3.2

Should I file a bug?
Yes, please. :)
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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by digitaltoast » Tue Dec 27, 2016 10:21 am

OK, done. https://tracker.phpbb.com/browse/PHPBB3-14941

Not holding out much hope as other bugs I've filed haven't even been looked at...

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Re: Fulltext mysql create search index

Post by DavidIQ » Tue Dec 27, 2016 2:00 pm

digitaltoast wrote:OK, done. https://tracker.phpbb.com/browse/PHPBB3-14941

Not holding out much hope as other bugs I've filed haven't even been looked at...
We look at all tickets, even if we don't respond (how I got here). In reviewing the 2 other tickets you've filed: The first one you filed was actually responded to and is a bit more far-reaching than just the one area reported so will take time to properly address. The second one just doesn't have the best of solutions since most of the emoji support is provided by an images library so adding a font-size to an image basically does nothing. However the person that added the functionality has been notified and will respond soon enough.
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