I am trying to setup new instances of Confluence 4.0 on a test server and a production server. Both are using mysql. I am encountering a problem when I hit the configure database step.
The following error(s) occured:
I have recreated the database from within mysql several times, the last time with the folowing:
CREATE DATABASE confluence CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin;
I have a user setup for confluence named 'conuser', and I have granted permission on the database thusly:
GRANT ALL ON confluence.* TO 'conuser'@'%';
I have reviewed the following pages, and still don't see anything:
Not being able to create the DB schema is usually a permissions issue. In your SQL statement to create the user you don't give the user a password. Do you get any further with the DB setup if you create the user with:
GRANT ALL ON confluence.* TO 'conuser'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY '<yourpassword'>;
and using both the username and the password on the DB setup screens?
Also, check the JDBC URL on the setup screen to make sure it's using the correct hostname, port and DB name.
Hope that helps,
I have tried both with and without the password, also specifing a specific host, localhost and the wild card. no luck. The error message does suggest a permissions issue, but I have tried everything I can think of to address it.
I have done similar things with the jdbc connection string.
I've had these sorts of problems with setting up an MYSQL database with Confluence...
My solution was to install the Postgre SQL database... and my god was it easy!!!
Just my opinion... but, I'm just about a Postgre convert now!!!...
Are your instances of Confluence on the same machine as MYSQL? If not, are you creating the database and user from your Confluence machine or on the DB server? If so, try use mysql console on the Confluence machine to verify you can get to the server.
At the end of the day if you have username, password, host, port, database name etc.. correct then if Confluence is throwing an error then you either have a network connectivity issue or you don't have one of the above correct. Confluence connects fine to MySQL.
I tired setting up Confluence 4.0 using Postgre 8.3.3, following these instructions and it still didn't work:
So the setup is failing for both MySQL 5.1 and Postgres.
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