Fixed! Thank you, thank you, thank you, Platonides!
I think the half applied patch may have had to do with doing the update from
the web installer, and selecting the wrong option for the database on the
frist go around, but I don't know.
I'm using MyISAM. I used Innodb at first but it was less stable on the
server I was on so I switched.
What a relief to have this fixed. Thanks again!
On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 12:55 PM, Platonides <Platonides(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Scott Thile wrote:
What errors are you getting?
(eg. table foo not found)
What does update.php say?
(eg. table foo already exists)
Thanks for asking!
Here's the one when trying to block a user (spambot), or delete the new
full of spam:
Key 'log_user_type_time' doesn't exist in table
Unknown column 'log_page'
Both items are added in patch-log_user_text.sql
Here is the report from update.php:
...have log_user_text field in logging table.
log_user_text field is added in that same patch, so it assumes all of
them are in the table.
I don't know how did you end up with such half-applied patch.
What engine are you using? MyIsam, Innodb... ?
You can execute
ALTER TABLE logging DROP COLUMN log_user_text;
Then rerun update.php which should now pick that full patch.
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