Forum: Rails deployment schema_migrations table not created

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C5f8beccb715133b78a2cc089320d30a?d=identicon&s=25 Terri I. (terrii)
on 2009-10-06 18:31
Hi - We've got a Rails application/Oracle database that we just
upgraded from Rails 1.2 to 2.3.2  We did not have any database
structural modifications, and thus did not need to run any
migrations.  However, the deployment scripts by default include
command cap deploy:migrations.  Instead of recognizing that there
were no new migrations, Rails wanted to start over and
run all migrations.  The schema_info table was there, but no
schema_migrations table.  When was the schema_info table supposed
to be replaced with a schema_migrations table; shouldn't it have
happened automatically?

Should I now go in and delete the schema_info table and manually
create and populate a schema_migrations table?
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