My question is twofold, regarding both MySQL and Mongo data.
MySQL: the logical databases in Tutor versus those of a Native build are different. I just noticed that there is only one logical database in Tutor – openedx – as opposed to the dozen or so logical databases in a native build. Any suggestions on how i should go about transforming a Tutor mysql backup so that it can be restored onto a native build’s mysql service?
Slightly more detail: i’ve imported the
openedx database to a native mysql service, just so that i can compare its structures to those of a native build. At a glance, the schemas of
openedx seem to match those of
edxapp. Can anyone confirm whether this is the case? As a simple exercise i attempted to restore ´openedx´ into an existing ´edxapp´ but ran into mysql command-line errors regarding creation of foreign keys, and so i’ve backed away from this strategy for the moment.
MongoDB: i also notice that the course content appears to be stored in a database named ´openedx´ rather than in
edxapp. Any suggestions on how to restore