Hi, all, I’m using the OpenMRS-SDK to install the OpenMRS Platform, but it reported this error. Can anyone help me fix it? Thank you very much!
It reports this error when I chose the MySQL 5.6 and above in SDK docker…
I am having the exact same problem.
There you go: https://pastebin.com/0Mdmf7P2
Basing on the logs shared above did you forget to select the database you would like to use?:
@navareth I would suggest you select option 1 which is
1) MySQL 5.6 and above (requires pre-installed MySQL 5.6 and above) if you installed Mysql or option 4 if you are running PostgreSQL
Not at all, I’m just using “tee” Unix command to redirect console output to a file. That’s why it doesn’t show any user input By the way, I’ve chosen 2 which is printed by the script later on
Kindly try option 1
That of course works but that’s not the point. We’re just reporting that option 2 doesn’t work as of right now
Yes, I have tried this option, but report this error. The following is what I enter
The distribution requires MySQL database. Please specify database uri (-DdbUri) (default: ‘jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/@DBNAME@’): jdbc:mysql://locallhost:3306/openmrs
Please specify database username (-DdbUser) (default: ‘root’):
Please specify database password (-DdbPassword):
good question! the database name has
default root just press enter without entering/typing anything. The password to be used is the password to root you created while installing Mysql.
By the way,I have make sure the mysql can be used
Hope you installed Mysql and you remember the password to
It would be helpful if you could include the full output of what you are running in pastebin.com rather than a screenshot of a portion of the output, as @navareth did above. There isn’t really much information in that screen shot to enable anyone to help you diagnose what’s going on.
Would you be able to open a ticket for this in the SDK project? That definitely seems like some kind of bug.
There it is pastebin. Thank you
There’s a typo in the URL you are using (it needs to be
localhost rather than
jdbc:mysql://locallhost:3306/openmrs should be
jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/openmrs (note that the
@DB_NAME@ placeholder is probably also usable here, e.g., just accept the default). Sorry I didn’t notice the typo before.
PS another workaround for this is to create the Docker image manually and use option 3. Something like this:
docker run --name mysql-5 -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=<choose password> -e MYSQL_USER=openmrs -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=<choose password> -p 3309:3306 -h mysql-5 --restart unless-stopped -d mysql:5.6 --character-set-server=utf8 --collation-server=utf8_unicode_ci