[Opendnssec-user] mysql migrate duplicate entry
shlyoko at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 09:19:04 UTC 2017
Since I had to provide database and configuration files most of the
correspondence went offlist, so here is an update and additional issue I
One of the issues that made the migration fail was that I'm using shared
keys ( <ShareKeys/> ) for one of my policies and the migration script did
not cope well with it. Since then I was provided with updated version which
Another issue was that took us some time to figure out was that I did not
pay attention the configure options when building ODS with mysql support
changed, from --with-database-backend=mysql to
--with-enforcer-database=mysql. I was using the former when building 2.1.0
and as a result the enforcer was failing to connect to the DB.
The issue I now got into after switching to 2.1.0 is that the signconf xml
files for zones which use NSEC3 state that NSEC is in use.
Originally it was:
Now it is:
The zonefiles are still signed with NSEC3 though. Till now the signer
daemon was using the signconf files to find how to sign a zone, but it
seems this has changed now. For me it's bad because I use the data from the
signconf files for the post-signing checks. Do you consider this a bug and
is it possible to fix it? Thank you.
On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 4:33 PM, Berry A.W. van Halderen <berry at nlnetlabs.nl
> On 02/28/2017 02:48 PM, Emil Natan wrote:
> > Testing migration from 1.4.13 to 2.0.4, convert_mysql fails with:
> > Creating database TEST1 (as user kaspuser)
> > Creating tables in TEST1 (as user kaspuser)
> > Converting database
> > ERROR 1062 (23000) at line 474: Duplicate entry '81' for key 'PRIMARY'
> > other than that no problems with the DB running 1.4.13.
> > I can provide the DB offlist if needed.
> > Thank you in advance.
> Thanks for bringing this, yes please provide the original database
> state if possible as a full dump (mysql --opt) as I'd also like to look
> at the current schema.
> Although this isn't causing the problem as far as I can tell now, please
> also use version 2.1.0 for upgrading. It contains important
> improvements as 2.0.4 is the last release of that branch and support
> is provided on the 2.1 branch.
> The error you get is puzzling, as it concerns just the transfer of one
> unique/primary key to another which shouldn't lead to duplicate entries.
> With kind regards,
> Berry van Halderen
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