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From: Joe Kosinski (jojakogmail.com)
Date: Fri Apr 05 2013 - 14:25:59 CDT
1.I was able to use the use mysql; to change to the mysql database and then I ran the queries which showed that the time zone database is not populated.
2. Then I tried to find the path of mysql_tzinfo_to_sql by running the command
which mysql_tzinfo_to_sql with the following results:
Last login: Fri Apr 5 14:50:02 on ttys000 which mysql_tzinfo_to_sql ; exit; Joseph-Kosinskis-MacBook:~ josephkosinski$ which mysql_tzinfo_to_sql ; exit; logout [Process completed]
However, there was no output showing the path. I ran the which command from the command drop down menu of the Shell menu.
Are there any other suggestions on what I should do to populated the tables?
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: shawn green <shawn.l.greenoracle.com>
>> Subject: Re: Fwd: mysql_tzinfo_to_sql
>> Date: April 5, 2013 1:58:01 PM EDT
>> To: Joe Kosinski <jojakogmail.com>
>> Hi Joe,
>> On 4/5/2013 1:58 PM, Joe Kosinski wrote:
>>> The commands didn't work and the time zone tables are not loaded.
>>> Whenever I ran the queries mysql> SELECT * FROM time_zone;
>>>> mysql> SELECT * FROM time_zone_name;
>>> I got an error message stating no database was selected. I think when I
>>> tried to locate the path to the mysql_tzinfo_to_sql previously nothing
>> All tables are organized into databases. The timezone tables are in the `mysql` database. To change your active database, use the 'use' command in your session
>> use mysql;
>> Shawn Green
>> MySQL Principal Technical Support Engineer
>> Oracle USA, Inc. - Hardware and Software, Engineered to Work Together.
>> Office: Blountville, TN