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Apache errors after site migration - insert

  1. Hi there,

    I've just migrated over our site onto a new host - and I've started getting errors in the Apache error log which I wasn't getting before. This is the error (with some bits redacted!):

    [Mon May 06 07:54:34 2013] [error] [client **IP address**] WordPress database error Table '**DBNAME**.**PREFIX**_rg_form_view' doesn't exist for query INSERT INTO **PREFIX**_rg_form_view(form_id, date_created, ip) values(17, utc_timestamp(), '**IP address**') /* From [] in [/**PATH**/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/forms_model.php:2314] */ made by require('wp-blog-header.php'), require_once('wp-includes/template-loader.php'), include('**TEMPLATE_PATH**'), the_content, apply_filters('the_content'), call_user_func_array, do_shortcode, preg_replace_callback, do_shortcode_tag, call_user_func, RGForms::parse_shortcode, RGForms::get_form, GFFormDisplay::get_form, GFFormsModel::insert_form_view, referer:

    I've tried submitting a form and it seems to be OK - but as the error suggests the form view count (when I look at the forms in the admin area) seem to be very low - so the conversion for one form is 520%!.

    The migration process was a straight database export / re-import. The only db operations I had to do was change the path to the content folder - but I can't imagine that would be the cause?

    Any ideas how I can stop this error from appearing and fix my view counts?


    Posted 7 years ago on Monday May 6, 2013 | Permalink