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Ltvscout

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I'm working on trying to fix the "phrases" problem introduced when my webhost moved my site to a new server the other week. Of course the fix that I found on the VB site only made things worse when I went to re-import the vbulletin language file. I'm waiting for an admin at my webhost to replace a munged table in my database (good thing I backed up just before attempting the fix!). The forum may be down till tomorrow, it depends on how quickly they get it fixed.
 

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...but.....but..... Your sign says
"I'm hoping this [change] won't take much longer than an hour or so."
So much for hope and change :rolleyes:
 

Ltvscout

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...but.....but..... Your sign says
"I'm hoping this [change] won't take much longer than an hour or so."
So much for hope and change :rolleyes:
Heh, ya, but now that the table is munged I can't get in to change the sign. ;)
 

stantonjtroy

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I'm working on trying to fix the "phrases" problem introduced when my webhost moved my site to a new server the other week. Of course the fix that I found on the VB site only made things worse when I went to re-import the vbulletin language file. I'm waiting for an admin at my webhost to replace a munged table in my database (good thing I backed up just before attempting the fix!). The forum may be down till tomorrow, it depends on how quickly they get it fixed.
To err is human.....To really foul up takes a server.:D
 

troj

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I'm working on trying to fix the "phrases" problem introduced when my webhost moved my site to a new server the other week. Of course the fix that I found on the VB site only made things worse when I went to re-import the vbulletin language file. I'm waiting for an admin at my webhost to replace a munged table in my database (good thing I backed up just before attempting the fix!). The forum may be down till tomorrow, it depends on how quickly they get it fixed.
Ah! Now I understand the source of the issue.

They likely tried to do a file transfer of database files that were in use, so something is in an invalid state.

-Kevin
 

Ltvscout

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I did get an invalid key error yesterday as I was working on things.

All is now fixed. It appears that YORF is 100% operational again with the phrases issue fixed as well. Phew!

The whole thing had to do with the vb3_phrases table being munged up in the database.
 
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