Support » Fixing WordPress » wp_options table didn't repair properly from a crash

  • This may be a shot in the dark but hopefully someone can help/or has advice.

    A few weeks ago my WP site went down with a database connection error. I modified my config file and used the wp-admin/maint/repair.php page to fix what was apparently a crashed wp_options table. After the repair, the site appeared to be working properly but a few strange issues have since occurred. Most importantly, the title bar of my browser no longer displays the name of the site.

    When comparing the size of my current wp_options table with that of a much older one, it’s clear that about 800 rows of data are no longer in the options table. I don’t want to use the older table as it is very out of date and I no longer have access to backups of the wp_options data.

    Does anyone know which wp_option table value might be responsible for turning the site name on/off in the title bar? Since there may be other missing data from the wp_options table, is there something else I should try?

    If it makes any difference, I’m using the Atalupha theme.

    Any suggestions are much appreciated.

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