I am getting the following error if i set lower_case_table_names=1 in /etc/my.cnf file. I need to share MySQL database instance with my application along with bamboo. My application requires case-insensitive behavior of MySQL.
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Just a thought, but did you install Bamboo with this setting at the default value (0) and then changed the value to 1? If you did, I assume all the table files are now in uppercase and MySQL is looking for files (tables) in lowercase. SeeMySQL manual, section starting with
"If you plan to set the
lower_case_table_names system variable to 1 on Unix, you must first convert your old database and table names to lowercase before stopping mysqld and restarting it with the new variable setting."
I can confirm that after renaming all tables manually from mixed-case to lower-case and then setting lower_case_table_names to 1, Bamboo 5.13 (which now enforces this setting) works again. But the caveat is that all the other applications on this MySQL instance (Bitbucket Server, Confluence, ....) do not work anymore. There is no option to set this on a database-level, only instance-wide. What is the proposed solution in this case?
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