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Stephanie
post Oct 9 2010, 11:38 PM
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I contacted Network Solutions because I was unable to install the latest version of Magento (1.4.x.x) and was told that 1.4.x couldn't be installed because it used InnoDB (I think that was the reason they gave) but after checking with a tech, the support person told me I could install any version below 1.4.0. So, I found and installed 1.3.2.4 and I get the same error. I really don't want to be stuck using version 1.1.3 as I feel there are security issues. Anyone know the real story as to what is the most current version that we're able to install and run on with a shared hosting service on Network Solutions? Thanks!
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post Nov 24 2010, 11:49 AM
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QUOTE (Stephanie @ Oct 9 2010, 11:38 PM) *
I contacted Network Solutions because I was unable to install the latest version of Magento (1.4.x.x) and was told that 1.4.x couldn't be installed because it used InnoDB (I think that was the reason they gave) but after checking with a tech, the support person told me I could install any version below 1.4.0. So, I found and installed 1.3.2.4 and I get the same error. I really don't want to be stuck using version 1.1.3 as I feel there are security issues. Anyone know the real story as to what is the most current version that we're able to install and run on with a shared hosting service on Network Solutions? Thanks!


You can use any version that doesn't require InnoDB because at this point we only support MyISAM as a storage engine.
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ClassyDelites
post Apr 27 2011, 03:18 PM
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I too would like to upgrade Magento to whatever version Network Solutions will support at this time. Would prefer the latest, but any upgrade for the version installed would be nice for (as previously mentioned) better security.

Was having a problem with not being able to browse or upload photos for my products, currently re-intalling... hope that fixed it. If not, any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Citrus
post May 4 2012, 09:59 AM
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I am looking to upgrade from nsHosting Open Source Library version of Magento (ver. 1.5.1) to Magento 1.7. However I am coming across an error during installation in which the MySQL database does not support InnoDB. AFAIK, InnoDB is the default database engine in current MySQL, and is required by every version of Magento. Since nsHosting offers this open source web application for install, this mean that there is either a workaround or InnoDB can in fact be enabled but explicitly is not. After contacting Technical Support, I was informed I can purchase a VPS service, but why should I have to be stuck behind a paywall in order to have default Unix/Linux MySQL database support? Has anyone found a fix?
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Citrus
post May 4 2012, 10:08 AM
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QUOTE (rshinsec @ Nov 24 2010, 12:49 PM) *
You can use any version that doesn't require InnoDB because at this point we only support MyISAM as a storage engine.


Is there reason for the disabling of InnoDB in favor of MyISAM? InnoDB has high reliability and speeds than MyISAM and is an ACID-compliant database engine.
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Citrus
post May 8 2012, 01:54 PM
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Ok, I seem to have a workaround to this problem. I do not guarantee that this will get Magento to work 100%, and I take no responsibility for any damages this fix may cause.

What I did was disable the checking of the databases supported. The file containing the function is "app/code/core/Mage/Install/Model/Installer/Db.php". Line 89 checks the database engine support. My fix just comments out the IF condition as follow
CODE
            // check MyISAM support
            //  Force disable checking of database support
            /*
            if (!$resource->supportEngine()) {
                Mage::throwException(
                    Mage::helper('install')->__('Database server does not support the MyISAM storage engine.')
                );
            }
            */


I have finished installing Magento 1.7, however I am coming across an error with memory allocation.

Update, I fixed the memory allocation problem by increasing the PHP memory limit, default is 32MB, I used 64MB and is working like a charm.
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post Nov 21 2013, 10:07 AM
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QUOTE (Citrus @ May 8 2012, 02:54 PM) *
Ok, I seem to have a workaround to this problem. I do not guarantee that this will get Magento to work 100%, and I take no responsibility for any damages this fix may cause.

What I did was disable the checking of the databases supported. The file containing the function is "app/code/core/Mage/Install/Model/Installer/Db.php". Line 89 checks the database engine support. My fix just comments out the IF condition as follow
CODE
            // check MyISAM support
            //  Force disable checking of database support
            /*
            if (!$resource->supportEngine()) {
                Mage::throwException(
                    Mage::helper('install')->__('Database server does not support the MyISAM storage engine.')
                );
            }
            */


I have finished installing Magento 1.7, however I am coming across an error with memory allocation.

Update, I fixed the memory allocation problem by increasing the PHP memory limit, default is 32MB, I used 64MB and is working like a charm.

Thanks for the work around but I am seriously considering using another hosting service it is just poor service to not have an upgrade option to use InnoDB. Especially on a server that should be held to the highest standards namely a brand name such as Network Solutions you would just expect better. Bottom line bestbusinesshost.com at a fraction of the cost ofers InnoDB and not even and upgrade option it is there when you sign up. You should really be ashamed of yourselves NS.
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