rake db:schema:dump rake aborted!

Hi,
I am following lynda training in my windows 7, I don’t know what cause this error :

rake db:schema:dump

rake aborted!

LoadError: cannot load such file – mysql2/2.4/mysql2

C:/majid/projTutorials/Lynda/rails/Sites/simple_cms/config/application.rb:7:in `<top (required)>’

C:/majid/projTutorials/Lynda/rails/Sites/simple_cms/Rakefile:4:in `require_relative’

C:/majid/projTutorials/Lynda/rails/Sites/simple_cms/Rakefile:4:in `<top (required)>’

(See full trace by running task with --trace)

Thanks, your help is appreciated.

What happens if you run the `bundle` command in your project? Is the mysql2 gem installed?

Walter

I got this :

bundle

Using rake 12.3.1

Using concurrent-ruby 1.0.5

Using i18n 1.0.1

Using minitest 5.11.3

Using thread_safe 0.3.6

Using tzinfo 1.2.5

Using activesupport 5.1.6

Using builder 3.2.3

Using erubi 1.7.1

Using mini_portile2 2.3.0

Using nokogiri 1.8.2 (x64-mingw32)

Using rails-dom-testing 2.0.3

Using crass 1.0.4

Using loofah 2.2.2

Using rails-html-sanitizer 1.0.4

Using actionview 5.1.6

Using rack 2.0.5

Using rack-test 1.0.0

Using actionpack 5.1.6

Using nio4r 2.3.0

Using websocket-extensions 0.1.3

Using websocket-driver 0.6.5

Using actioncable 5.1.6

Using globalid 0.4.1

Using activejob 5.1.6

Using mini_mime 1.0.0

Using mail 2.7.0

Using actionmailer 5.1.6

Using activemodel 5.1.6

Using arel 8.0.0

Using activerecord 5.1.6

Using public_suffix 3.0.2

Using addressable 2.5.2

Using bindex 0.5.0

Using bundler 1.16.1

Using byebug 10.0.2

Using xpath 3.0.0

Using capybara 2.18.0

Using ffi 1.9.23 (x64-mingw32)

Using childprocess 0.9.0

Using coffee-script-source 1.12.2

Using execjs 2.7.0

Using coffee-script 2.4.1

Using method_source 0.9.0

Using thor 0.20.0

Using railties 5.1.6

Using coffee-rails 4.2.2

Using multi_json 1.13.1

Using jbuilder 2.7.0

Using mysql2 0.4.10 (x64-mingw32)

Using puma 3.11.4

Using sprockets 3.7.1

Using sprockets-rails 3.2.1

Using rails 5.1.6

Using rb-fsevent 0.10.3

Using rb-inotify 0.9.10

Using rubyzip 1.2.1

Using sass-listen 4.0.0

Using sass 3.5.6

Using tilt 2.0.8

Using sass-rails 5.0.7

Using selenium-webdriver 3.11.0

Using turbolinks-source 5.1.0

Using turbolinks 5.1.1

Using tzinfo-data 1.2018.4

Using uglifier 4.1.10

Using web-console 3.6.2

Bundle complete! 13 Gemfile dependencies, 67 gems now installed.

Use bundle info [gemname] to see where a bundled gem is installed.

Did you solve this yet? That seems an odd version of the mysql2 gem, I went from using 0.3.2 to using 0.4.5 with no stops in between What did you set as the database adapter in config/database.yml ?

No,
I am still waiting for a solution, I am new here how did you upgrade it from 0.3 to 0.4 ?

Thanks,

$ gem list --remote mysql2 | grep -e '^mysql2 '
mysql2 (0.5.1 ruby x64-mingw32 x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32-60)

You might want to upgrade to the latest version rather than just 0.4.x
but in any case --

To upgrade you can

1) run `bundle update` (see: `bundle help update`), or

2) specify the version you want in your Gemfile and `bundle install`.

HTH!

gem list --remote mysql2 | grep -e ‘^mysql2’

activerecord-mysql2-adapter (0.0.3)

activerecord-mysql2-retry-ext (0.2.0)

activerecord-mysql2legacydb-adapter (0.2.0)

activerecord-mysql2rgeo-adapter (2.2.0)

activerecord-mysql2spatial-adapter (0.5.2)

activerecord-pedantmysql2-adapter (1.1.3)

benhutton-mysql2psql (0.2.2)

em_mysql2_connection_pool (0.0.7)

ghazel-mysql2 (0.2.6.3)

glimpse-mysql2 (1.1.0)

mysql2 (0.5.1 ruby x64-mingw32 x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32-60)

mysql2-client-general_log (0.2.1)

mysql2-client-general_logs (0.1.0)

mysql2-cs-bind (0.0.6)

mysql2-metrics (0.0.1)

mysql2-reconnect_with_readonly (0.2.0)

mysql2-sp (0.3.10)

mysql2_bigint (0.2.6.1)

mysql2_downcase (0.0.3)

mysql2_model (0.1.2)

mysql2_query_filter (0.1.1)

mysql2_query_filter-plugin-casual_log (0.1.1)

mysql2_query_filter-plugin-log (0.1.1)

mysql2_wrapper (0.0.1)

mysql2json (0.0.4)

mysql2json_es (0.0.1)

mysql2mysql (0.0.2)

mysql2psql (0.1.0)

mysql2wrapper (0.0.2)

mysql2xxxx (0.2.1)

patriot-mysql2-client (0.7.0)

peek-mysql2 (1.2.0)

rdp-mysql2 (0.2.7.1)

sequel-em_mysql2 (0.1.0)

solaris-mysql2 (0.3.11)

xmysql2psql (0.2.1)

Does :
mysql2 (0.5.1 ruby x64-mingw32 x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32-60)

mean I have the latest one ?

thanks.

gem list --remote mysql2 | grep -e '^mysql2'

Note: if you put a space at the end of 'mysql2 ' you'll only get

mysql2 (0.5.1 ruby x64-mingw32 x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32-60)

Does : mysql2 (0.5.1 ruby x64-mingw32 x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32-60)
mean I have the latest one ?

No, it means 0.5.1 is the latest released version.

What you have on your system is `gem list --local mysql2`