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[Resolved] WP Database Name

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  • Plugin Author wpsolutions
    Participant

    @wpsolutions

    I tried to change the prefix using the tool provided but got a fatal error

    What is the exact error?

    billgilesusa
    Member

    @billgilesusa

    Here is the error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli_result::fetch_all() in /home4/h612003/public_html/momandpoptoday.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-wp-security-and-firewall/admin/wp-security-database-menu.php on line 534

    Plugin Author wpsolutions
    Participant

    @wpsolutions

    Ok thanks.
    This confirms my suspicion – basically your server does not have a particular MySQL driver which is required to run the “mysqli_result::fetch_all()” method.

    We have a fix which will be available in the next release where we have modified our code to use a different method so that we can prevent errors like the one you are seeing from occurring.

    billgilesusa
    Member

    @billgilesusa

    Ok, thanks!

    Jerry
    Member

    @gerard749

    Hi,
    I received the same error but under a different circumstance. I have a subdomain on my website that has its own WP install and database with the database prefix changed using your plugin. I duplicated the subdomain (duplicator plugin) that involves creating a separate database for the new subdomain. When I went to change the database prefix on the new subdomain (because the subdomain was duplicated it would be for the second time) I received the error.

    Can a database prefix be changed more then once using your plugin?

    Thank you for your time.

    Jerry

    Plugin Author mra13
    Participant

    @mra13

    You can install the security plugin in each of your WordPress install and change the database prefix of that install. I am not sure about that duplicator plugin you are talking about though.

    Jerry
    Member

    @gerard749

    Hi,

    Thank you for your response.

    Your v3.7.2 update allowed me to change the database prefix that had previously given me the error message.

    Jerry

    billgilesusa
    Member

    @billgilesusa

    I just wanted to let you know I was able to change the DB prefix following the install of the last update. Thannks, Bill

    Plugin Contributor Tips and Tricks HQ
    Participant

    @tips-and-tricks-hq

    Glad to hear that.

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