- Strapi Version: 4.3.2
- Operating System: Linux, Mac
- Database: Postgres
- Node Version: 16.15.1
- NPM Version: 8.11.0
- Yarn Version: 1.22.19
Happens I recently deployed Strapi in a production server, and I’m trying to make some changes locally, so I dumped the database and restored it to a local Postgres installation, also backed up the server, and downloaded it in order to be able to run it locally.
When running Strapi, the server never starts because it’s trying to create some already existing tables.
The question: Is there a way of telling Strapi using some environment variable o setting or whatever, so it skips the creation of any required tables?
Just to name an example, when using Sequelize I can skip the database sync process, and it will bypass every ORM operation when starting (which depending on your schema size, can take some time to execute).
Hope someone can help me with this.
Best regards from Chile,