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wp_commentmeta: Table 'cre8tiveedge.wp_commentmeta' doesn't exist (2 posts)

  1. tomdking1
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    wp_commentmeta: Table 'cre8tiveedge.wp_commentmeta' doesn't exist

    Recently removed WordPress from my site, but now trying to reinstall it from fresh.

    All my database details are correct, click run the install but I get to a page that says:

    One or more database tables are unavailable. The database may need to be repaired.

    I click repaired and get to a page that says this:

    One or more database tables are unavailable. To allow WordPress to attempt to repair these tables, press the “Repair Database” button. Repairing can take a while, so please be patient.

    Repair Database

    WordPress can also attempt to optimize the database. This improves performance in some situations. Repairing and optimizing the database can take a long time and the database will be locked while optimizing.

    Repair and Optimize Database

    Once I click 'Repair Database', I get this error:

    The wp_commentmeta table is not okay. It is reporting the following error: Table 'cre8tiveedge.wp_commentmeta' doesn't exist. WordPress will attempt to repair this table…
    Failed to repair the wp_commentmeta table. Error: Table 'cre8tiveedge.wp_commentmeta' doesn't exist

    Note that everything else is ok

    I've removed WordPress and tried a fresh install twice now but nothing seems to work. I've also looked through other posts and tried their methods but no luck.

    This includes opening and editing the schema.php file.

    My website is http://www.cre8tive-edge.co.uk if that's any help.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. tomdking1
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Ok, so I logged into myphpadmin and created wp_commentmeta, then it said that it had been repaired succesfully, RESULT!

    Except, it tells me to remove the line I added, giving it access to repair things. So I do this, save, re upload.

    It then decides to tell me to add this line back in so it can repair the things.

    I was just stuck in this massive loophole, doing things over and over again.

    I tried creating a new database user and updated the wp-config file and re-uploaded but no luck.

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