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  • Resolved bernderk


    Hi folks,

    trying to upgrade from 13.5 to the current version and still have the database creation problems.

    apache.log states the following

    Error Table 'wp_yoast_indexable' already exists f\xc3\xbcr Abfrage CREATE TABLEwp_yoast_indexable(\nidint(11) UNSIGNED auto_increment NOT NULL,\

    Any ideas?



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  • Plugin Support Suwash Kunwar



    Sorry for the trouble this has caused.

    Please try the steps below:

    i. Verify your database has the Table, Drop, Alter, Create and Index permissions required to create these tables in your database: wp_yoast_indexable, wp_yoast_indexable_hierarchy, wp_yoast_migrations, wp_yoast_primary_term. If you are not sure, your host provider can help.
    ii. Install & activate the Yoast Test Helper plugin:
    iii. Go to Tools -> Yoast Test
    iv. Locate the Yoast SEO section and select the “Reset indexables tables & migrations” button
    v. Click the “Click here to speed up your site now” button in the SEO->Tools section.

    Please let us know if you have any more questions.

    The accelerate button does not work, nor does the hide acceleration message … from SEO – Tools in Accelerate site does not work either

    Thread Starter bernderk


    Thanks for the feedback.

    I double checked the database privileges and they are fine

    | GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, DROP, ALTER ON <code>user</code>.* TO 'database'@'localhost' |

    When I create a table manually, for instance wp_yoast_indexable_hierarchy, it is deleted after I press the “Reset indexables tables & migrations” button.

    And I am not able to find the “Click here to speed up your site now” button in the tools section of seo.

    Further instructions appreciated – Thanks

    Thread Starter bernderk


    I was able to resolve it. Deleted the wp_yoast_indexable table. downgraded to 13.5 and the updated to 14.04 again.


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