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  • Resolved lingocode


    Has a good solution been developed to this problem? I deactivated and reactivated Jetpack in preparation for updating WordPress and ended up losing everything – inc stats and subscribers. I’ve seen some solutions relating to PHP but it didn’t work (my tables didn’t seem to have identical references, I tried changing the ID but then it looked like I had no permission to view it or something).

    Any advice very appreciated!

    My website is

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  • Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    Jetpack Mechanic 🚀

    With Jetpack, your stats information is connected to a unique blog ID.

    I had a look at your site settings, and it seems that you previously used a different site URL, . Your Jetpack blog ID was linked to this URL.

    When you disconnected and reconnected to, a new blog ID was created for your new URL, Your Stats, however, remained attached to your old Blog ID.

    I have now fixed the issue, and you will get your stats back by disconnecting / reconnecting your site to, in the Jetpack menu.

    I also just experienced this same problem, but hadn’t changed my URL or anything. I just had deactivated Jetpack and reactivated it from the plugin manager. After finding this post, I looked at the database and found that Jetpack had given itself an new blog ID, which is why I didn’t have any of my previous stats. I had the old blog ID saved, so I just edited Jetpack’s options and gave it my old ID, and now all my stats are back. Thanks for the information so that I could fix this.

    Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    Jetpack Mechanic 🚀

    @steven Could you please start your own thread, as this one was marked as resolved a few months ago?

    Thank you!

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