I am new here so please forgive me if this has been answered earlier.
Here’s the problem:
I run 12 blogs on a dedicated server, along with many other websites.
Last week I signed up for an account on a site where can manage all my blogs from one screen, including upgrades etc.
Earlier this week I was notified that a new WP version was ready. Since I usually have no problems upgrading WP in the admins of the blogs I let the system perform the upgrades on the blogs – however I was not aware that WP 3.2 required MySQL 5.
Now I can’t access the admins of the blogs because the MySQL version is wrong.
My webhost is willing to upgrade MySQL, but if I do that I feel pretty sure some or all of my other applications (autoresponder, tracking software, rotator, ad management software, etc. will break or not work as they should.
So I want to revert the installation of WP 3.2 back to WP 3.1.x
My question is this:
Can I simply upload all the WP 3.1.x files to the domains?
Or do I also have to restore the blog databases?
Is there a tutorial somewhere for this (how to revert)?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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