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  1. #1
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    Is this possible...?

    After deleting a few clients my client DB goes 2,3,4,5,11.

    Is it possible to get client DB #'s to run concurrently?

    i.e
    to make client #11 into client #6 ?

  2. #2
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    Hello

    No it isn't. The DBID is based on auto-incremential system.

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    You can restructure your database, setting new ids and such and then set the auto_increment value to next higher id for this.
    Then restart the server process.

    Note: This is much work and you have to do it carefully, else you have to restart from scratch.

  4. #4
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    If you try this Alcazar solution,

    PLEASE PLEASE make a backup of your database before any actions

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    @sTimulated

    Is there a specific reason you need this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    If you try this Alcazar solution,

    PLEASE PLEASE make a backup of your database before any actions
    This is a prerequisite/requirement before doing anything DB-related.

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    @ sTimulated: If possible, never do changes in the TS3 database directly. Try to do anything with the TS3 telnet interface.

    I only use MySQL to read informations faster without using telnet (like the client database), but change requests go all to the TS3 telnet interface.

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