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  • hello my friends
    I have problem in “media library folders” plugin.
    my problem: folders not load
    I acted : deactive plugin and activate reset and reset database
    but not solve my problem.
    my system information is:
    —– Begin System Info —–

    WordPress Version: 5.3
    PHP Version: 7.2.25
    MySQL Version: 5.5.5
    Web Server: LiteSpeed

    WordPress URL: http://saviors.ir/fa
    Home URL: http://saviors.ir/fa

    PHP cURL Support: Yes
    PHP GD Support: Yes
    PHP Memory Limit: 512M
    PHP Post Max Size: 200M
    PHP Upload Max Size: 200M

    WP_DEBUG: Disabled
    Multi-Site Active: Yes

    Operating System: Windows
    Browser: Mozilla Firefox 71.0
    User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:71.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/71.0

    Active Theme:
    – Goodnews 5.9.6
    http://www.momizat.com

    Active Plugins:
    —– End System Info —–

    please help me
    Best regards
    Homami

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  • Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Great,

    Then I am only wondering how your data got corrupted. Because that does normally not happen, but if it happens it is caused by updates that are not running properly.

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi
    My problem is still not solved,
    because moving data with all posts taxonomies and connections isn’t easy and I couldn’t to do it.
    With import export and with migration and duplicate plugins.

    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Well that is something we cannot help you with. As there is no clear indication what data is corrupted. Now you have a proper running installation you could try to reproduce the problem by exporting tables from the original installation, and import them into the new installation. And then check when it goes wrong again. I would start with the configuration table of WordPress wp_options, as I expect that the problem is caused by wrong or missing settings.

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi Peter,
    That is right.
    So much of data in wp_options aren’t used and checker plugin can not indicate them!!
    I see some of them.
    I think that, they are about 1000 records in wp_options.
    when I remove transient and revision data, number of data will be about 1300. it mean about 1000 records are not used data. (when I Installed same domain for test, number of records was less than 300)
    I think,there are some of not used data in wp_metadata.
    I have about 1000 post and 1000 images. but number of records in metadata are 13000!!(I think one half are not used)
    For this, I used following plugins to clean tables:
    WP-Optimize – Clean, Compress, Cache
    Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions
    WP-Sweep
    WP Bulk Delete
    Advanced Database Cleaner
    Transients Manager

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by riaz2157.
    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by riaz2157.
    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Hi

    I noticed that if you remove a plugin not always all settings are removed.
    So maybe you could do it the other way around.
    E.g.
    Backup your current database
    Export wp_options from the proper working WordPress
    Truncate the wp_options table in the current database
    Restore the new wp_options in the current database
    Do the same for wp_metadata as these two belong to each other
    And then check what happens.
    If it fails you can restore the database, and the conclusion is that neither of these two table is causing your problem.

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi
    wp_options have serial numbers of posts and other data, then I can not do this.
    Also wp_metadata have post-id and post-id are different in two databases.
    then, when I import wp_options or wp_metadata not work website Definitely.
    Only we can remove unused data Manually or with plugins.

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by riaz2157.
    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    OK you are correct, but you definitively can do it the other way around
    E.g. take the data from the current and put that into the proper working site
    You will not miss the posts as you have imported them into the new site
    If there is something missing, it will not break your new site
    Maybe some warnings.
    It is just to see if the problem is moving to your new site.

    Plugin Author AlanP57

    (@alanp57)

    You can always use Export under Tools to export your posts to the other site.

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi Peter and AlanP57

    Mr. Peter,
    I did backup and import it in sql space, when I change my host service, several times but not solved my problem.

    Mr. AlanP57,
    I use export without any problem, and use WordPress Importer and
    WP All Import plugins.
    but did not import my taxonomies!!

    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Hi

    Could you be more specific please?
    E.g. where did you import your data?
    From problem site into the proper running site?
    Or from proper running site into the problem site?

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi
    First from importer plugin.
    taxonomies not moved.
    second from sql of cpanel space.
    problem moved too.

    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Hi

    So correct me if I am wrong, you imported the data from the problem site to your proper running site, and then the problem was present on the proper running site?
    Which tables did you import?

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi
    I did two method or way.
    1.In wordpress with plugins.
    2.In sql of cpanel.
    With first way, taxonomies not moved.
    With second way, if I moved some tables, website not worked, because It need to connections that are in other tables.I must not changed ID codes in tables for true connections.

    Peter Smits

    (@psmits1567)

    Hi
    I am sorry but currently I do not see how I can help you anymore.
    You could post the debug log again to show us if there are any changes.
    Please sent the debug from the problem site!

    riaz2157

    (@riaz2157)

    Hi
    Now, Not created error_log in cpanel
    but, by “Query Monitor” plugin, I see “27 PHP Errors” same as before that I said about it and exist in before comments.

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