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Answer by Hernani , Qato lead developer and father of Tiago · Apr 16, 2010 at 05:32 AM
Hey there,that is a problem with the docs... Those tables are not part of the core, they are bundled in a module that can be enabled/disabled at any time. So the real commands are as follosw:
python manage.py syncdb --all python manage.py migrate --fake
The first will "force" django to install all the tables independently of south existence, and the second will tell south that whatever migrations you have until now, to pretend that it just applied them and not to try again in future upgrade.
Hope this helps :-)
Answer by netk · Mar 03, 2012 at 11:44 PM