I’ve encountered a problem running Rake migrations. This is in a
fresh database (no prior migrations run).
Running db:migration resulted in table incident_users being
successfully created, but Rake then aborted before migrating/creating
the second table.
So I then tried the following three permutations to coax a successful
migration of the incident table and got the same result each time.
Basically an incident_user migration is run (rather than incident) and
then the process aborts. The log file didn’t have anything further to
== 2 CreateIncidentUsers: migrating
Mysql::Error: Table ‘incident_users’ already exists:
So I thought I would see if anyone has more of a clue than I do before
falling back on the MYSQL command line editor just to get things