Support » Plugin: EWWW Image Optimizer » Database error

  • Resolved Click-Factor


    Hello I’m getting this type of error message.

    WordPress database error Unknown column ‘image_size’ in ‘field list’ for query UPDATE igm_MeEgZ3cJfH_ewwwio_images SET image_size = ‘2253’, results = ‘Reduced by 14.9% (394.0 B)’ WHERE id = ‘1’ made by require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/IGMstyle/single.php’), get_footer, locate_template, load_template, require_once(‘/themes/IGMstyle/footer.php’), dynamic_sidebar, call_user_func_array, WP_Widget->display_callback, AboutMeWidget->widget, et_new_thumb_resize, et_resize_image, WP_Image_Editor_GD->save, EWWWIO_GD_Editor->_save, ewww_image_optimizer_aux_images_loop

    Any idea why does this happen?

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  • Plugin Author nosilver4u


    Deactivate, and reactivate the plugin. The table schema didn’t get updated on your site when you upgraded.

    Plugin Author nosilver4u


    I’ve just realized that the activation hooks don’t always fire on upgrade, so the next version (already in dev) will do the table modifications a little differently.

    Fine thank you for the advice.
    I will do what you suggest and come back if I don’t see any change.

    Hello I’m back again
    It seems that the database issue is now resolved
    But I’m still getting the following errors

    Nov 16, 01:21:55 PHP Warning: unlink(/home/infograp/public_html//wp-content/uploads/igm-Avatar-75-60161_74x74.jpg.prog) [function.unlink]: No such file or directory in /home/infograp/public_html/wp-content/plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/ewww-image-optimizer.php on line 1877
    Nov 16, 01:21:55 PHP Warning: rename(/home/infograp/public_html//wp-content/uploads/igm-Avatar-75-60161_74x74.jpg.tmp,/home/infograp/public_html//wp-content/uploads/igm-Avatar-75-60161_74x74.jpg) [function.rename]: No such file or directory in /home/infograp/public_html/wp-content/plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/ewww-image-optimizer.php on line 1891

    How could I stop this?

    Plugin Author nosilver4u


    seems to indicate that either jpegtran isn’t working normally, or permissions are not set correctly on the uploads/ folder. Those 2 files should be temporarily created for every jpg that gets optimized, and then renamed or removed.

    Do you get those errors on every jpg, or just a few?


    Ok.But nothing has changed from the server side – this is the first time a get this type of error and permissions are set to 755 for the uploads folder.
    I get this error for one specific file that I have uploaded to the uploads folder directly via ftp.
    Now I have moved this file to a subfolder and changed the source path of the image source and wait to see.

    I’ll come back as soon as I see any change.

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