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dbconfig-common common framework for packaging database applications
Installed size 1720
Maintainer sean finney <seanius@debian.org>
Architecture all
Version 1.8.29+etch1
Depends ucf, debconf (>= 0.5) | debconf-2.0
Suggests virtual-mysql-client | mysql-client | postgresql-client
File name pool/main/d/dbconfig-common/dbconfig-common_1.8.29+etch1_all.deb
Description dbconfig-common presents a policy and implementation for managing various databases used by applications included in debian packages. . dbconfig-common can: * support mysql, postgresql, and sqlite based applications * create databases and database users * access local or remote databases * upgrade/modify databases when upstream changes database structure * remove databases and database users * generate config files in many formats with the database info * import configs from packages previously managing databases on their own * prompt users with a set of normalized, pre-translated questions * handle failures gracefully, with an option to retry. * do all the hard work automatically * work for package maintainers with little effort on their part * work for local admins with little effort on their part * comply with an agreed upon set of standards for behaviour * do absolutely nothing if it is the whim of the local admin * perform all operations from within the standard flow of debian package maintenance (no additional skill is required of the local admin)

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