Updating gatherer database
Gatherer DB is a database of node locations based off the publically available Wowhead node locations.The data supplied here is exactly the same as the data that you would find if you were to go to Wowhead and do a search.For additional information on Share Point Foundation 2010 patching mechanism, please see the following Tech Net article: the result of this command is True, then you need to complete the steps below.To import all this into your Gatherer you need to follow these simple steps...We will of course comply with any directive received from an official Blizzard source, as we have done in the past when such issues arise.The Gatherer DB Add On is available from our Gatherer DB at Wo WInterface page, and is installed using the same process that you would use to install any other addon (See: Installing). Once you have installed the Add On and have reloaded the game, ensuring that both Gatherer and Gatherer DB_Wowhead are activated.Download this zip file: Make a folder in your Wo W Addons directory (World of Warcraft\Interface\Add Ons) called 'Gatherer DB_Wowhead', then open the zip file, go into the directory in the zip file, then extract the files into that folder, eg. World of Warcraft\Interface\Add Ons\Gatherer DB_Wowhead\DB_Wowhead World of Warcraft\Interface\Add Ons\Gatherer DB_Wowhead\DB_Wowhead World of Warcraft\Interface\Add Ons\Gatherer DB_Wowhead\Gatherer DB_(The reason for this step is because the zip file your downloading is being made automatically from my source control, so it puts in the extra folder which I can't control the name of) Then just load up Wo W & enable the addon and login.Make sure that Gatherer HUD is enabled then go into Gatherer config, and you should see an entry for "Database", click that, then click the big Import button, then wait.
On a reference machine with 8 logical processors, 32GB of RAM and a 2GB content database, the command took approximately 5 minutes to execute.If the result of this command is True, then you need to complete the steps below.If the result is False then no further action is needed, if you are encountering similar events the cause will most likely not be resolved by the following steps. Change directory to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\BIN 3.By using the numerous options in the configuration, you can customize the display to a granular level. You are more than welcome to manually merge the file from one machine to another, but we do not produce an automated tool, nor are there plans to do so.The best thing to do is copy the from the ..\Worldof Warcraft\WTF\Account\Saved Variables directory on your "primary computer" to that location on your other computer.