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Thank you Dion. I’ll let you know the outcome, but in any case I am eternally grateful!
Hi Dion, thank you for getting involved. If I copy, I get a green notice that it is copied, but wp_usermeta2 does not appear in the list of tables. I also get a notice
Some erros have been detected on the server. Please look at the bottom of this window
At the bottom is:
`Notice in .\libraries\classes\Controllers\Table\OperationsController.php#453
Undefined offset: 0
Before I do the last resort, does that shed any light?
Unfortunately Sumit that hasn’t worked. For the first queries, if I run them in the database for the site, it says
`errors were found during analysis.
This type of clause was previously parsed. (near “REPAIR” at position 23)
SQL query: Copy
REPAIR TABLE mysql.db REPAIR TABLE mysql.user;
MySQL said: Documentation
#1064 – You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near ‘REPAIR TABLE mysql.user’ at line 2`
For the second ones, it won’t let me run any query at all on the corrupt table, it just gives me the message to try to repair it.
I don’t know if this is relevant or useful either: One of the forums I looked at suggested
`8) If ‘Repair’ fails no choice but to ‘DROP TABLE user’ ….
(9) Recreate ‘user’ table from the distribution backup by copying the following 3 files.
My problem is that user.frm is there, but I cannot find user.MYD or user.MYI in that folder.