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    Unhappy Database Error in All vbulletin Clients....

    Hi....
    i have a vps...my all clients have Database error
    All clients
    Can you help me plz.?

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    Anyone help me plz

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    Is the database running? Is there a problem or corruption ? Try restarting the service first.
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    HostLunar, what exact error message are your clients seeing?
    And, as RSanders mentioned, have you tried simply restarting the service and/or server?
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    also see if inodes or disk space limit have been exceeded if restarting is not solving your problem

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    All my Vbulletin Clients Have this problem
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    I restart MYSQL,All VPs but get this error also..

    Please solve any one~
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    Here are some things you can try. From the command line,

    df -h

    are any of them 100%? Is your disk full?

    mysqlcheck -A --auto-repair -p

    Check/repair any damage? You will need your mysql password.

    Other than suggesting a few common things there isn't much any of us can do from a forum.
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    Do you have something like PHPmyAdmin?

    If so check if you can browse the database, you will be able to see if the data is there etc...

    Should help give an idea where the issues is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iTom View Post
    Do you have something like PHPmyAdmin?

    If so check if you can browse the database, you will be able to see if the data is there etc...

    Should help give an idea where the issues is.
    Yes I Check There is showing data.
    Quote Originally Posted by RSanders View Post
    Here are some things you can try. From the command line,

    df -h

    are any of them 100%? Is your disk full?

    mysqlcheck -A --auto-repair -p

    Check/repair any damage? You will need your mysql password.

    Other than suggesting a few common things there isn't much any of us can do from a forum.
    Hard Drive is used 52 % And avaialbe 48%
    I Check your all steps but Same problem!

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