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  • #16
    Yes, he will need to do that. The info I need is access to phpMyAdmin or equivalent MySQL database manger. The Plesk CP doesn't seem to have anything like that.
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    • #17
      Oh, When you log in to plesk.

      Its going to have a menu on top, disregard that, click on pgnx.net under domains.

      Once you click on it, you're gonna see a new page. Click on databases, then click on the database called pgnx, after you do all that theres gonna be a little button ont he right hand side that says phpmyadmin.

      phpmyadmin will popup.

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      • #18
        that should get you there.

        EDIT: I take it you got in..

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        • #19
          Got it. Since you have uploaded all of the original vB files, the problems are almost certainly in the database. However in all honesty there are so many non-vB related things in that database that it's beyond my capabilities to figure out what is wrong. I see that many of the db modifications are related to hacks you've installed and my suspicion is that one or more of these hacks is the cause of the multiple problems you're having.

          The only thing I can think of is for you to get a list of the hacks you've installed and find out exactly what changes they made to the database. Then have the authors help you uninstall these changes. Sorry but that's all I can think of.
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          • #20
            Hmm... This all happened after I got the "Can't Find searchindex/sessions" After running the REPAIR TABLE searchindex/sessions it started acting this way

            Argh, Damn.. I'll have my host upload a backup I guess.

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            • #21
              the searchindex and sessions table seemed fine?

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              • #22
                One thing you can try is running the query:

                DELETE FROM sessions;

                If we're lucky that'll clear up some of the problems.
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                • #23
                  O_o you mean table session?

                  table sessions does not exist..

                  And nope: that didnt help at all.
                  Last edited by thinkjose; Thu 11 Jul '02, 11:18pm.

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                  • #24
                    That's your problem then. You have no sessions table. Unfortunately I don't know the proper query to create a new one. Petrhaps one of the Developers will help.
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                    • #25
                      Uh oh, Would it matter that I emptied the session table?

                      I installed a new vB (just for testing) and that didnt have a sessions table either, only a session (no s) table..
                      Last edited by thinkjose; Fri 12 Jul '02, 9:48am.

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                      • #26
                        No it won't, particularly since you don't have one anyway.

                        http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=50167
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                        • #27
                          I have a session table.. not a sessions table like you listed above..

                          Are they the same thing?

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                          • #28
                            Oops - my bad. That was a typo. So sorry! That query should read:

                            DELETE FROM session;
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                            • #29
                              You had me all worried there dude

                              I did that and nothing happened.

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                              • #30
                                Too bad, it was worth a shot! That brings us back to my original conclusion - one or more of your hacks made changes to the database which has caused these problems.
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