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These two are the big offenders: ?clean? Marco van Herwaarden View Public Profile Find all posts by Marco van Herwaarden Likes Received: 7 #3 22 Oct 2007, 11:47 tunistunis Member Join Date: Jun 2007 AdminCP PDA View Full Version : Solved Various language tables keep crashing in database? Login or Sign Up Log in with Facebook Search in titles only Search in vBulletin 3.6 Questions, Problems and Troubleshooting only Advanced Search Search Home Forums Blogs Articles Groups Tracker have a peek at this web-site

Here are some of the reasons why a table may crash, but be aware this is not a comprehensive list: Hardware failure Power failure MySQL crashed, or went down during a There have been a bunch of new posts, but they're not showing as 'Today's Posts' or being indicated in the 'time of last post' in the forum listings. Simon Lloyd05-02-11, 08:23Yes kamil has right , the issue is from mysql , so try to write to MySQL . You could also run myisamchk -r tablefile on the ssh console.

Yes No OK OK Cancel X The Official vBulletin Modifications Site. While it should not cause any damage to a table normally, it might, or it might cause the table/database to lock and cause MySQL issues. Hopefully it gets repaired, in a worst case scenario you may need to restore a complete backup.

Rank Checker Cookie Search Site Search Engine Marketplace Sites Domains Plugins/Add-ons Scripts Templates/Styles Graphic Designs eBooks Articles Advertising Buy Ad Space Sell Ad Space On Your Sites Advertise on Members You can also post in the section supporting the upgrade version you're planning to use. Announcement Announcement Module Collapse No announcement yet. Pilots of America Home Forums > Pilot's Lounge > Technical Corner > Vbulletin MySQL error Discussion in 'Technical Corner' started by gkainz, Dec 11, 2010.

Maybe, but We can't check it - only suggestions. For example over the last year you?ve removed 10,000 posts and users. Database error in vBulletin 5.1.3: Invalid SQL: SELECT * FROM cacheevent WHERE `event` IN ('nodeChg_279074','nodeChg_279051','nodeChg_24','n odeChg_16','nodeChg_2','nodeChg_1'); MySQL Error : Table './tccancer_vb5/cacheevent' is marked as crashed and should be repaired Error Number It is very important to note that if the database is not crashed, you should not ever run the repair table tool.

All rights reserved. Can't open file: 'thread.MYI'. (errno: 145) Error query SQL : SHOW KEYS FROM `thread` Can't open file: 'thread.MYI'. (errno: 145) Database error in vBulletin 2.2.8: Invalid SQL: INSERT INTO thread (threadid,title,lastpost,forumid,open,replycount,p User Name Password Save? We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Repairing a crashed table The Repair function is present because sometimes, fairly rarely, a table in the database will crash. Then click Execute SQL Query and run: REPAIR TABLE usercss If that doesn't fix it then open a support ticket with the host and have them repair the table(s). Languages translations supported by vBET 4.8.1 Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I'm sure you have tried that first right?

You're just using a database class called vB_Database. Check This Out And again, I'm just poking around for the vbulletin board owner adhoc - not my db, and I've never looked under the vbulletin covers before this. Please enable cookies. This fix will be faster and better.

kamilkurczak01-02-11, 11:14crach issue - This is a MySQL problem, not vBET issue. Copyright 2001 - 2014, - Testicular Cancer Information and Support Working... They do not hold any of your posts, threads, comments, articles, pictures, etc. Source Simon Lloyd22-02-11, 19:51Any further help with this?

Thanks to whoever sorted it. - T 30 Jul 14: Discovered lump 31 Jul 14: GP referral to specialist 4 Aug 14: Clinical diagnosis of tumour, blood samples taken, CT scans, Stay logged in Digital Point Home Forums > Development > Databases > MySQL > Log in to view your Analytics, AdSense & PayPal stats Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Spy It is very important to keep backups, be willing to use them, and make sure they?re in good working order so when and if something bad happens you can get your

kamilkurczak02-02-11, 11:52We are not able to determine why only the tables have cache bug - it's a question to the MySQL team because, as mentioned previously this is an error mySQL

You may need to run it more than once to fix all errors: Admin CP -> Maintenance -> Repair/Optimize Tables -> Check All -> Continue If you cannot access the Admin Help General Site Map Meet Our Staff General Site Rules Frequently Asked Questions Terms Of Service Privacy Policy Search Options Today's Posts New Community Posts New Modification Posts Unanswered Threads Latest In my opinion You have problem with cache , something cannot be write in MySQL from cache. But VB Admincp is showing this now.

But it is very important to understand when you should run them if at all. Bookmark the permalink. ← What is vBulletin, and how does it work? 4.1.10 Hooks, Hooks & More Hooks. → Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post We?ve talked about the fact that your board is 99% in the database, this means that if you?re moving servers you need to move the database. have a peek here MySQL team is responsible for the MySQL code, so please - ask about that a MySQL team.

vBulletin has a fairly wide set of tools available to help fix things, should they go wrong, or if something needs to be repaired. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '() VALUES ()' at line 1 Does anyone knows what are these "check your January 2011 20:45:02 GMT] From: [email protected] To: [email protected] Subject: vBulletin Database Error! Please read my post again, there are also instruction for when you can not access the AdminCP anymore. __________________ Marco van Herwaarden Ex Coordinator No members have liked this post.

Last edited: Dec 11, 2010 murphey, Dec 11, 2010 #2 gkainz Final Approach Joined: Feb 23, 2005 Messages: 6,811 Location: Arvada, CO Display name: Greg Kainz The vbulletin admin gave me In its most basic form we have two parts to the software, the files which contain php programing, and the database which stores our information. But if the fix is going to take an equal number of days to the lost content, what is worse: Forum down for 3 days, or losing 3 days of posts/threads? This file holds all of the database connection information.

Working... Kilimanjaro for 7th Cancerversary Comment Cancel Post Talis Registered User Join Date: Sep 2014 Posts: 393 #28 10-19-15, 08:44 AM Getting database problems again: Database error in vBulletin 5.1.3: Invalid SQL: mysql>show tables; If exists repair the table using below command. This won't be the first time that they've seen a MyISAM table get corrupted.

The repair function in some cases will remove data from the table to fix it. Simon Lloyd20-02-11, 09:40I have had the hosting team look at the databaseMySql produces no other error, they have even repaired, optimised and exported the whole 5gb database then re-imported and still