[SOLVED] Community Builder: 2.6.0 fails to install

1 year 2 weeks ago #325799 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Community Builder: 2.6.0 fails to install
The operation you're doing applies to your entire database. That table does not belong to CBSubs so no it won't create it for you. That table belongs to AcyMailing and I do not recommend deleting tables for extensions you are using.

If you aren't using AcyMailing then you can just delete that table otherwise that table is using 255 length for a lot of columns that it doesn't need to and is why it's hitting row size limits. I suggest editing _acymailing_geolocation table and adjusting the lengths to the following columns.

geolocation_type = 100
geolocation_ip = 100
geolocation_postal_code = 50
geolocation_country_code = 50
geolocation_state_code = 50
geolocation_timezone = 50

That's the best I can suggest and is probably still higher length than needed, but I don't know the exact data being stored so that's best I can suggest.

I did try to install in spite of the phpMyAdmin error and did receive the same error as before the collation change:

That's because the collation change failed due to the error you're seeing.

Kyle (Krileon)
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1 year 2 weeks ago #325810 by wallytbull
Replied by wallytbull on topic Community Builder: 2.6.0 fails to install
Thank you for your excellent help. Adjusting the row size and changing the collation to utf8mb4_general_ci seems to have solved the problem.

Note that the original suggestion to use utf8mb4_unicode_ci did not work in my case but utf8mb4_general_ci did work. I don't know enough to know why so I pass this along for possible future use to others.

These are the sort of things that we mortal users would never solve on our own and for which we sincerely appreciate your help.
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