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Fatal error: Cannot redeclare _search_terms_tidy()

  • Hello Team,

    I have manually updated wordpress from 3.6.1 to 3.7.1 and am getting this error Fatal error: Cannot redeclare _search_terms_tidy() (previously declared in /var/www/sitename/wp-includes/functions.php:3631) in /var/www/sitename/wp-includes/deprecated.php on line 3392

    As my website is live and have lots of visitors I thought of reverting back to older version i.e., 3.6.1 and doing that am getting error Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_using_ext_object_cache() in /var/www/sitename/wp-includes/query.php on line 2185

    Please help me out resolve this issue.
    Any help much appreciated

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  • also getting this error on a site, anyone know what going on? I tried renaming the plugins directory and cache directory (finding that as a solution in a different post) but that didn’t work for me

    Frederic Legrand

    @fredericlegrand

    same here

    Just got the exact same message this morning after trying to upgrade to 3.8. Any clues on this issue? Did anyone resolve it?

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare _search_terms_tidy() (previously declared in /home/sitename/public_html/wp/wp-includes/functions.php:3602) in /home/sitename/public_html/wp/wp-includes/deprecated.php on line 3392

    You did not update all the WordPress files properly.

    The _search_terms_tidy function was moved out of the functions.php file and into the deprecated.php file.

    When you upgrade WordPress, you need to make sure ALL the files get updated.

    Do a manual upgrade, and make sure that no files get skipped.

    Thanks Sam, I’ve started a new, manual update process. The automated one failed during upgrade (unknown reason) and subsequently initiated the error.

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