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[resolved] OK to Remove Bad Behavior Table? (3 posts)

  1. DebNCgal
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hi, in the last few days, I finally upgraded to WP 7.1 and was also installing a number of new plugins and modifying my .htaccess file. I've encountered a few glitches along the way, and have been trying to determine the source of some of the problems.

    One of the plugins that seemed to be giving me some problems initially was Bad Behavior, but I knew it wasn't the reason for all the issues. For the meantime, I decided to deactivate and remove its files from the server.

    A FEW QUESTIONS:
    1) In sleuthing through the MySQL database, I notice there's still a Bad Behavior table there, called wp_bad_behavior. Can I safely delete the Bad Behavior table without concern that it will cause any problems?
    2) No other tables appear to be related to Bad Behavior. Is that a correct assumption?

    That's it! Thank you.

    Deb

  2. Dagon Design
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    You can certainly remove it if you are no longer using that plugin. If you decide to in the future, it will just be rebuilt.

    That should be the only table it uses.

    :)

  3. DebNCgal
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Thanks so much, Dagon Design.

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