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[Resolved] Oops – crashed my site doing an upgrade

  • I have not used one of my sites in a VERY long time, and I thought I’d go in and do a quick update. First step was to take it from 2.x to current, and I thought I’d just use the auto upgrade button I always use within the dashboard.

    Apparently this was too much to ask for. Somewhere in the subsequent releases, some new files have found their way into WordPress (as expected).

    I got the following errors and my DB is down.

    • wp_1_posts: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_posts’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_comments: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_comments’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_links: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_links’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_options: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_options’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_postmeta: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_postmeta’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_terms: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_terms’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_term_taxonomy: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_term_taxonomy’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_term_relationships: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_term_relationships’ doesn’t exist
    • wp_1_commentmeta: Table ‘weswu_wrdp7.wp_1_commentmeta’ doesn’t exist

    Can I assume that I just need to find these files, log into my host to upload them, and then try to repair again. If I’m correct:

    • Where do I find these files?
    • What directory do they go in?

    If I’m incorrect, please tell me how screwed I am and how I fix. Thanks!!!

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  • Somewhere in the string was a change to the multiuser. I added the line

    define(‘MULTISITE’, true);

    to wpconfig.php and it’s back up. Now it’s a multiuser site, so maybe I need to change that to False. At any rate – it worked.

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