Avg error updating in progress

Posted by / 10-Jun-2017 22:07

Avg error updating in progress

I did save the log it made if that helps but it saved about a dozen or so and I'm not sure which would be helpful. When the AVG Installer windows appears choose the option to Remove and click Continue to allow the AVG 2011 uninstaller to run. Anti-virus software components insert themselves into the operating systems core and create files/folders/registry entries in various locations.

) it also happens that the results of two queries unioned together are all of a sudden different then when not used in a union... The procedure that stores these results was being too meticulous in trying to store FLOAT and DOUBLE values with exact precision, causing values that had too high precision to lose integer digits in favor of decimal digits.Item_type_holders are constructed from Item objects, a questionable design, but this is a fact.So there is no option but to create a means of passing the information about significant digits (or more generally speaking, minimum field length) on the Item objects. Hence, Item_field objects initialize their min_length (as the new field is called) from their Field's field_length, and this will be propagated all the way to the Item_type_holder through its constructor.I'm logged in as the administrator so I should have all access but I can;t uninstall it.FWIW I've been trying to do it from the control panel's add/remove files. An alternative way is to download and run the latest AVG installation file.

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row *************************** Table: test2 Create Table: CREATE TABLE `test2` ( `testrun_id` smallint(5) unsigned NOT NULL default '0', `runtime` float(20,14) default NULL ) ENGINE=My ISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1 1 row in set (0.00 sec) mysql ; ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | AVG(runtime) | ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | 13558.794316406250000000 | | 7499 | 14373.432968750000000000 | ------ -------------------------- 2 rows in set (0.02 sec) mysql I'm sorry for reopening this bug, but I forgot to mention something pretty important: When doing the seperate queries (SELECT 7406, AVG(runtime) FROM test2 WHERE testrun_id = 7406 and with 7499) the results are just fine, so mysql *can* produce correct results from those lists of float's. Your My SQL connection id is 4 Server version: 5.0.34-debug Source distribution Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. mysql WHERE testrun_id = 7406; ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | AVG(runtime) | ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | 13558.794316406250800355 | ------ -------------------------- 1 row in set (0.26 sec) mysql WHERE testrun_id = 7499; ------ -------------------------- | 7499 | AVG(runtime) | ------ -------------------------- | 7499 | 14373.432968749999417923 | ------ -------------------------- 1 row in set (0.01 sec) mysql WHERE testrun_id = 7499; ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | AVG(runtime) | ------ -------------------------- | 7406 | 10000.000000000000000000 | | 7499 | 10000.000000000000000000 | ------ -------------------------- 2 rows in set (0.10 sec)A patch for this bug has been committed.