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[MYSQL] HOW-TO: 5 User XBMC
#61
(2014-06-19, 17:59)Martijn Wrote: you should be able to update to Helix without a problem as db versions are still the same.
As always it is safest to update ALL clients and not run mixed versions

Thats awesome,

Also i was wondering is there a changelog for the database upgrades located anywhere accessible, so when there are changes i can find out rather then running SQL compares.

Thank-you.
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#62
(2014-06-19, 18:14)N4TH4N Wrote:
(2014-06-19, 17:59)Martijn Wrote: you should be able to update to Helix without a problem as db versions are still the same.
As always it is safest to update ALL clients and not run mixed versions

Thats awesome,

Also i was wondering is there a changelog for the database upgrades located anywhere accessible, so when there are changes i can find out rather then running SQL compares.

Thank-you.

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there's one file that hold all database upgrade code. not sure which one.
so if you watch that file you know something changed
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#63
https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/commits/mas...tabase.cpp
https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/commits/mas...tabase.cpp
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#64
(2014-06-19, 17:59)Martijn Wrote: you should be able to update to Helix without a problem as db versions are still the same.
Cool, although i noticed when I installed latest nightly DB version changed to MyMusic48 and MyVideo79
And won't it overwrite DB code when doing upgrades, meaning you should re-apply SQL code again?

Quote:As always it is safest to update ALL clients and not run mixed versions
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#65
If its changed from 46 to 48 and 78 to 79 that sql code will need to be changed for helix. The changes will be very minor.

When i get a chance ill release an upgrade script for current users and a separate helix sql for new users.
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#66
(2014-06-15, 11:28)N4TH4N Wrote: Not yet sorry, i have had a busy week at work and was also preparing for some on track drifting which happened on friday. I should have some free time over the next couple of weeks to look at it.
Any progress made or still busy?
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#67
(2014-07-04, 11:43)schumi2004 Wrote: Any progress made or still busy?

...no pressure or anything. Cool
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#68
Hey guys, i'm still quite keen to get it happening. I've just picked up some new clients so i have been very busy.

I'm also looking into making a Mac and Android script.
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#69
suggestion about couple profile-family profile to include all possible cases
Two tipe of profiles: single and group
At setup, create single1, single2, single3...
And then create group 1 with include single1, single2
group2 include single3, single4
group3 include all singles, etc
A GUI with tick boxes simplifies all process

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#70
@N4TH4N
Could you give instructions on how to use your mod in Helix?
Or how to upgrade?

OpenELEC released a Helix beta and wanted to try this but want to keep my DB structure.
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#71
You have info on the client builds? I am looking at adding a second PC for our bedroom.
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#72
(2014-07-04, 22:27)narvatu Wrote: suggestion about couple profile-family profile to include all possible cases
Two tipe of profiles: single and group
At setup, create single1, single2, single3...
And then create group 1 with include single1, single2
group2 include single3, single4
group3 include all singles, etc
A GUI with tick boxes simplifies all process

My wish for Santa :-P

Until there is a simpler solution, which i doubt will be anytime soon or even ever. This wont be plausible. As it would take 25 profiles to cover all possibilities. Tick boxes would be great, but i wouldn't even know where to start.

(2014-07-18, 01:21)schumi2004 Wrote: @N4TH4N
Could you give instructions on how to use your mod in Helix?
Or how to upgrade?

OpenELEC released a Helix beta and wanted to try this but want to keep my DB structure.

I will need to make a upgrade script for helix. Sorry but i have not had much free time recently. I have paused tinkering with XBMC for a little while as its currently running pretty flawlessly, except for the feature requests. I spent a few hours trying to get the cross profiles functioning perfectly but its still a bit to iffy to release just yet. I'll put together a helix upgrade script next time i'm in the XBMC tinker zone.

(2014-07-26, 16:54)rmilyard Wrote: You have info on the client builds? I am looking at adding a second PC for our bedroom.

My builds cost roughly $320 each.

The socket i used in my build is now discontinued so its no longer directly relevant. But here are the specs anyway so you can find something similar.

Case: Fractal Core 1000
PSU: Corsair VS350
Motherboard: ASRock H71M-DGS
CPU: Intel G1620
RAM: 4GB DDR3 1600
Graphics: HD5450
SSD: 60GB Kingston V300

As you can see its a very basic build, but it does the job fine.
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#73
@N4TH4N
How are you?
Did you found some time yet to create a update script and maybe family profile?
If not i'll think i'll drop the database stuff for now and update to Helix anyway and wait for it to be finished.
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#74
(2014-08-20, 10:17)schumi2004 Wrote: @N4TH4N
How are you?
Did you found some time yet to create a update script and maybe family profile?
If not i'll think i'll drop the database stuff for now and update to Helix anyway and wait for it to be finished.

Hey, I had a fair amount of trouble setting up the family profile. It was not stable enough to release, i have not given up completely, but after spending many hours failing to get it to work correctly, i temporarily gave up. If it were easier it would already be done.

I plan on getting an update script ready by the time Helix gets to beta. Personally i'm after the most stable experience, which for now is why i'm staying on 13.2.
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#75
UPDATE: Now that Helix has hit feature freeze ill start developing a new script.

It will NOT include a family profile. Sorry, but it does not work as we hoped.

It was a great idea/concept but for now will remain as an idea. If any other developers want to try, be my guest.

Also from now on scripts will be Windows only. Linux/Mac users will need to run the scripts on Windows and copy/paste the XBMC data folder.
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