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Issue with 2.0.4 upgrade (21 posts)

  1. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I upgraded about this time yesterday, I was never prompted with the upgrade link, so I went directly to it. Completed that, everything seems to be running fine overall, but I've stumbled onto a major issue (major issue with me/my site, not sure about others)..

    I recently decided to allow registration because I no longer want a "public" blog. In doing the upgrade and allowing registration.. every single person registering is having issues viewing the entries both old and new. Even in the dashboard it only shows there's one entry but there's about 20, including the older ones.

    Is anyone else having these issues, is there anything I'm missing that might be causing it? I, as well as a friend, have been browsing the support threads but didn't find anyone else with this issue.

    Thanks for your help in advance!

  2. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Anyone? :(

  3. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Bump again, still having this issue.

    I've tried everything, searched around and can't find anything that would "fix" this.. If someone could please help me out, I would appreciate it.

  4. moshu
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I'd like to help... but after waiting more than a minute the site didn't even start to download :(

  5. yosemite
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    65.254.55.226 Atlanta server.frozenmidnightnetwork.com
    Not responding for me (edit: 100% packet loss)

  6. Samuel B
    moderator
    Posted 7 years ago #

    moshu's right - the site takes forever to download or to change pages.
    Since we're not registered it's hard to know what's going on.
    There aren't any isuues I've heard of that causes this sort of problem.
    If nothing else you could set us up a user test account or run upgrade.php again. It won't hurt anything.

    edit: You do have a nice layout. :>)

  7. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    It's loading up fine for me? :(

    But then again, the host I'm with has occassional spazz sessions, so it might be one of those. Bleh.

    I've tried creating a test account, I ran upgrade.php again and tried everything I can think of.. nothing is fixing the problem. It still only shows 1 entry, even in the dashboard for me, the admin, but all the posts and pages are there. Nothing has been deleted or anything. It didn't start until after the upgrade to 2.0.4, everyone could read the posts prior to that. :/

    Samboll, thank you. It's based on the Blue Moon theme from Stephen Reinhardt. :)

  8. dawg
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    That is all I see is one entry., Unless with the upgrade you installed it in a new db, then you may have only one post if you added it since the upgrade..... kinda doubt that but where would the disappear? try looking at your posts table in PHP MyAdmin

  9. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I only have one database and in PHP Myadmin, all the posts and pages are there.. it shows a total of 29, yet only one is shown in the dashboard, when another post has even been made since the public one. :(

    There were 27 posts/pages prior to the ugrade to 2.0.4, after the upgrade, a public post (the registration one) was made and several hours after it, another was made. However, it only shows 1 total in the dashboard still.

  10. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Anyone else want to take a stab at a resolution with my issue? :/

  11. dawg
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Yeah, some how you have an issue with your tables, they show up in PHPMyAdmin but yet you only have one show up.

    Not sure what the answer is, if you did not have a back up that you can just replace the upgrade with.

    I had this exact same thing happen with another application. I had 227 items but yet only one showed up, the tables did not match up, when I corrected the table, it worked both in PHPMyAdmin and the app.

    Probably the most simple fix would be to copy each entry from PHPMyAdmin and enter them individually. 29 should not take that long.

  12. Chris_K
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Did you replace or overwrite your wp-config.php (in error) when you did the upgrade?

    What's the timestamp on it - and is it pointed to the db you're looking at manually with phpMyAdmin?

  13. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I didn't create a backup this time around because I thought it was a simple upgrade of just overwriting files. :/

    HandySolo, I didn't replace or overwrite the wp-config.php file at all. It's still got the original timestamp and all the info points as it should in that file. :(

  14. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Still needing help.. if anyone know's what's happened or how to fix it. :/

  15. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I'm still having no luck in finding a "fix" for this issue.. so, I'd still appreciate any help..

  16. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Anyone?

    Still having this issue. :(

  17. yosemite
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I suspect the roles are whacked. After backing up the db, I'd try the force update script that's floating around here somewhere... Here it is: Mark's force upgrade script

    Another option might be to add the Role Manager plugin and assign capabilities accordingly.

    Hopefully one of those will slap the db into submission. wheee

  18. TeresaMaree
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Yosemite, thanks for trying but neither of those helped either.

    SOMEONE has to know how to fix this... :(

  19. csokayp
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Did you try to do some table maintenance with phpMyAdmin?
    Be sure to backup the tables first!

  20. shorty114
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Try repairing the tables in phpMyAdmin.

  21. Mark McKibben
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    The first thing I would try is disabling ALL plugins you have on your site and resetting it to one of the default WP themes. From the little information you've provided, I don't think that'll fix it; but eliminating possible sources of the problem is always a good first step. Assuming that doesn't work, try turning registration back off. Again from the info you've given, I find it unlikely this will help but another good troubleshooting step is to reverse any changes you've made.

    Before we move on to more interesting stuff, if my above suggestions seem trite or too simple; let me just say after doing helpdesk for 6 years I've learned to always, always, always check the easy stuff first. :)

    I don't know what OS/PHP/MySQL your website runs under and you don't say which part of the dashboard is showing the wrong info (e.g. is it the count of posts or the list of recent posts or both?). However I can tell you on my home/test server, I'm running Ubuntu Linux 6.06, Apache2, MySQL 5.0.22 and PHP 5.1.2 (your basic LAMP setup). I upgraded my test site to WP 2.0.4 as soon as it was released. I also was not automagically redirected to the upgrade page, went to it manually and my site has been working fine. I tried turning on "Anyone can register" and "Users must be registered and logged in to comment". Clicking the update options button dropped me at wp-admin/options.php. Only the page was blank except for WP's logo, a link to the codex, a link to these support forums, the version number (2.0.4) and the # of seconds it took to generate the page (1.78 seconds). I tried adding posts after changing those optoins but cannot recreate your problems.

    Since other have mentioned using phoMyAdmin in this thread, I threw my test server's data into phpMyAdmin and ran ANALYSE TABLE wp_posts;. It came back with these 2 error messages on wp_posts: "Key in wrong position at page 3072" and "Corrupt". Then I used phpMyAdmin to run CHECK TABLE wp_posts EXTENDED and got back the same 2 errors plus 1 warning saying "Table is marked as crashed". So then I tried REPAIR TABLE wp_posts; which phpMyAdmin says ran OK. I checked my dev blog again and it was still up & running fine for me. Maybe you should also try running at least ANALYSE TABLE wp_posts; via phpMyAdmin and see what happens?

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