Got a weird one here, and I find no mention of this anywhere in the forums.
I just created a new page, and clicked to save it. Got an error page:
WordPress database error: [Table 'funkymar_lf.wp_cat_tracks' doesn't exist]
SELECT uri FROM wp_cat_tracks WHERE cat_ID=1
Checked my database, and sure enough, there's no table named "cat_tracks." Grepped the WP install, thinking I'd simply create the table by hand, but there's no mention in the install of "cat_tracks." The error mention went on to mention two files:
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/funkymar/public_html/lf/blog/wp-includes/wp-db.php:160) in /home/funkymar/public_html/lf/blog/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 391
I checked those, and those seem not to make sense: the routine in pluggable.php references IIS cookies, but my server runs Apache; the other's an error routine (that I gather choked and isn't able to properly gimme an error).
What do you make of this? Why's it looking for a table which doesn't (so far as I'm able to determine) exist? I've created pages before; what's special about this one? (Absolutely nothing; it's a few paragraphs with some h2s thrown in.)
I'd be totally grateful for a clue!