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  • I just upgraded to WP 3 and something has slowly gone bad. It was working fine for a few days but then I got an error trying to load a page that a script was taking too long. Now the whole site’s down and we’ve narrowed it down to an issue fetching from the database.

    I’d like to disable all of the plugins via mysql (since I can’t get logged in) but I’m having trouble locating where they are stored in the database. There is only the active plugins (3 plugins) in the table active_plugins and now of the network active plugins are in there (the other 47 or so).

    Can anyone point me to the table I need to disable all of the plugins?

    Thanks-
    Rob

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  • To disable plugins, you can simply remove them from the plugins folder.

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    or rename the plugins folder via ftp. 🙂 way faster.

    this’ll cause wp to reset the active plugins, including any in the plugins folder that were network activated.

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