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Old 16 Nov 2009, 10:40
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Only one database error on vb4 (or is it?)

Well after 48 hours or so, it seems everything is working alright.
Yep, its a bit messy and some of the layout is messed up, but overall things seem to be working.

However I do get one reoccuring database error.

I see a table missing, but I also see this coming from unregistered.
I checked my backup - yep table is there.
Table is not in the VB4 database.

So are these errors simply search engine caches or do I need to dig up the install scripts and find this table?


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Old 16 Nov 2009, 16:24
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I think you need to find the plugin that is querying that non-existent table and then you need to disable it.
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Old 16 Nov 2009, 18:59
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Actually I do not have any plugins anymore.

I removed all of them prior to conversion.

Lynne - BTW, thanks for your help earlier - I really appreciate it.
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Old 16 Nov 2009, 19:11
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vb_blog_tagsearch is not a vb4 table. So, it is getting that name from *somewhere* and it isn't from the current vb4 code. (It looks like a table from the old blog product, not the new blog product.)

Make sure that when you removed your old products, you also removed *all* files for them, including those in the includes/xml directory.
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Old 16 Nov 2009, 20:40
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Make sure the file blog_search.php on your server is actually the vbulletin 4 version.
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Old 17 Nov 2009, 00:43
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Paul and Lynne,

Thanks for all your help. I have a feeling this is via a cache of sorts. I don't see any of my user's getting this error and I have been unable to make this error happen either. It's all from "unregistered"

So I just added the column temporarily until later on.

Oh, Paul - confirm, my blog_search is VB4B3
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Old 17 Nov 2009, 02:01
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Do you have an old copy of vb in another location on the server, that spiders are still using ?
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Old 17 Nov 2009, 02:20
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Well I do, but....
What I did was rename my original directory to original_backup
I then copied the 3.8.4 database and called it original_db_backup
I then changed the config file to point to the original_db_back database.

So even if the spider found my 3.8.4 search file, it would look at the 3.8.4 database schema - not 4.0. Even looking at the error output indicates the file is hitting 4.0 database so I am confused. I will continue to check into it as time permits.
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