same thing again, the error throws up the first time in the installer and then when working on the site...
Warning: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /<path>/manager/processors/cache_sync.class.processor.php on line 146
However I tried it also on a different system with Apach2, MySQL 4.1 and PHP5 and everything works like a charm, so my guess this error must be related to the specific system configuration (Apache 1.3.27, MySQL 3.23.58 and PHP 4.3.3).
When I manually execute the SQL statement which causes the error in phpmyadmin I'll don't get a warning but everything's executed proberly (0 rows returned)!?
but is there already a solution?see above
Ok, I've found the problem.
The SQL query in question had a ; at the end it - I removed it and everything was fine. All other queries don't have ; in the end, so there was only a problem with this specific one.
Maybe you can remove this in the next release?
This discussion is closed to further replies. Keep calm and carry on.