Support » Plugin: Login LockDown » WordPress database error Table MyDatabase.wp_lockdowns doesn't exist

  • My php.ini log is reporting the following relating to this plugin using it with WP 3.5.1:

    WordPress database error Table MyDatabase.wp_lockdowns doesn’t exist for query SELECT user_id FROM wp_lockdowns WHERE release_date > now() AND lockdown_IP LIKE ‘MyIPAddress’ made by wp_signon, wp_authenticate, isLockedDown

    Having looked at my dbase, there is no table ‘wp_lockdowns’. I tried deactivating and re-activating the plugin.

    Any thoughts?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/login-lockdown/

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  • For clarity, I meant my php.log file, not the php.ini file.

    Plugin Author mvandemar

    (@mvandemar)

    @ted_smith – sorry for the delay in replying, are you still having an issue activating the plugin?

    Hi

    Sorry, I only mentioned about deactivate\reactivate as I read somewhere else that that might fix it. The plugin is activated fine – I am still using it but I get these errors in my php.log file daily.

    there is no table ‘wp_lockdowns’ in my database so I am unsure if the plugin is protecting me or not?

    I have 42 sites in a multisite environment, and I have the lockdown table for sites 1 and 2 and thats it. It stopped being created after that. My error_logs are also filling up with these errors. Deactivating and reactivating did nothing, btw.

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