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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0.0rc1
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Frontend (F)
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      RHEL 6.2

      Description

      The item selection list for simple checks still lists all the old style service checks (ftp, ldap, nntp, etc) rather than net.tcp.service

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          Alexei Vladishev added a comment -

          It was already resolved in ZBXNEXT-485. You probably use older trunk database from pre-1.9.7.

          Remove everything from table help_items and insert required records from data.sql for this table only. It should help.

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          Alexei Vladishev added a comment - It was already resolved in ZBXNEXT-485 . You probably use older trunk database from pre-1.9.7. Remove everything from table help_items and insert required records from data.sql for this table only. It should help.
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          Andrew Howell added a comment -

          Why wasn't there incremental database patches for this? I understand things like templates not getting patched, but help_items are a core part of the system and I would have thought should be updated.

          Maybe the data.sql needs to be seperated into different parts?

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          Andrew Howell added a comment - Why wasn't there incremental database patches for this? I understand things like templates not getting patched, but help_items are a core part of the system and I would have thought should be updated. Maybe the data.sql needs to be seperated into different parts?
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          Oleksiy Zagorskyi added a comment -

          > Why wasn't there incremental database patches for this?
          Yes, this change has been not performed in the http://www.zabbix.org/svn/zabbixorg/zabbix/upgrade_incremental/dbpatches_inc/22246.dbpatch.sql
          Source: http://zabbix.org/wiki/How_to/trunk_db_patches
          Quote: "This is a community maintained attempt at providing incremental database patches."

          > Maybe the data.sql needs to be seperated into different parts?
          See and vote for ZBXNEXT-554

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          Oleksiy Zagorskyi added a comment - > Why wasn't there incremental database patches for this? Yes, this change has been not performed in the http://www.zabbix.org/svn/zabbixorg/zabbix/upgrade_incremental/dbpatches_inc/22246.dbpatch.sql Source: http://zabbix.org/wiki/How_to/trunk_db_patches Quote: "This is a community maintained attempt at providing incremental database patches." > Maybe the data.sql needs to be seperated into different parts? See and vote for ZBXNEXT-554
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          Andrew Howell added a comment -

          Thanks for the explanation. I did forget the incremental database patches were community maintained. Thanks for all your efforts

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          Andrew Howell added a comment - Thanks for the explanation. I did forget the incremental database patches were community maintained. Thanks for all your efforts
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          richlv added a comment -

          ok, missing part in the incremental patch has been added. if you have already patched past that revision, it should be safe to re-apply that patch (it did seem to work for me )
          something like :
          mysql zabbix_1_9 < 22246.dbpatch.sql

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          richlv added a comment - ok, missing part in the incremental patch has been added. if you have already patched past that revision, it should be safe to re-apply that patch (it did seem to work for me ) something like : mysql zabbix_1_9 < 22246.dbpatch.sql

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              Andrew Howell
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