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  • #7452

    Zelda
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    Hey, After reading the documentation on setting up a database for scorched im still baffabled on how to set it up for a windows database, would i do it the same way as you would with linux but without all of the “Commands” and recompiling scorched?

    #62704

    Thrax
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    @zelda wrote:

    Hey, After reading the documentation on setting up a database for scorched im still baffabled on how to set it up for a windows database, would i do it the same way as you would with linux but without all of the “Commands” and recompiling scorched?

    We’ve chatted about it a few times over the years.

    Some of the threads were
    viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6195
    and
    viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5567

    Windows cfg of Stats is probably easier than *nix rebuilding.
    It’s already built for it, just has to be turned on and pointed the right way.

    #62705

    Zelda
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    @thrax wrote:

    @zelda wrote:

    Hey, After reading the documentation on setting up a database for scorched im still baffabled on how to set it up for a windows database, would i do it the same way as you would with linux but without all of the “Commands” and recompiling scorched?

    We’ve chatted about it a few times over the years.

    Some of the threads were
    http://www.scorched3d.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6195
    and
    http://www.scorched3d.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5567

    Windows cfg of Stats is probably easier than *nix rebuilding.
    It’s already built for it, just has to be turned on and pointed the right way.

    Cheers Thrax, is it possible to do it a non mysql way? like a filebased method?

    #62706

    Thrax
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    @zelda wrote:

    Cheers Thrax, is it possible to do it a non mysql way? like a filebased method?

    Yes, there is a 3rd option built in. It’s a temporary tracking for only that
    server session only.

    In the server XML file used to load up, the Stat-logging can be set to None,
    Mysql, or File. File tracking will use a stats logging file and will be flushed
    every time the server is reloaded.

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