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Recently, we faced a huge performance problem with one of our installed apps. The application is a Call Center ERP solution. The Call model is updated very frequently as there are about approximately 8,000 – 10,000 calls being made everyday. … Continue reading
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1. Copy One database to other on same host mysqldump -uroot -p source_database_name | mysql -uroot dest_database_name 2. Copy database from one host to other host. mysqldump -uroot -p source_database | ssh host2 “mysql -uroot dest_database”
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Here is the code to make manual connection with database require ‘active_record’ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection( :adapter => “mysql”, :host => “localhost”, :username => “root”, :password => “abcd”, :database => “funonrails” ) Load database configurations from yml file dbconfig = YAML::load(File.open(‘database.yml’))ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection( dbconfig )
Rails specifies standard conventions while creating models, controllers, migrations ( database tables ). Conventions for creating database tables 1. Table name should be plural 2. id field must be primary_key for table. 3. foreign_key must be like <model_name>_id i.e. post_id, … Continue reading