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When I unzip, I found it corrupt... Have a look.. Please upload here if possible. Thanks
I just downloaded it again and it is perfectly fine. I have looked and all of the files are in it with no issues. Perhaps there is an issue with your net some other thing causing it not to download for you.
August 11, 2016 1:17 pm
I have a problem. I'm using 3.7.7 stable version 2 years ago. This is a new issue.
I had the same problem 2 times in 1 month. My 150-200 registered users are suddenly been banned. I changed one by one to registered users from banned users.
Why does this problem occur? I don't understand this :(
Is this is a hacking attack or software issue? Are there security settings?
PS: I don't use auto-ban or auto-spam setting. These are disable.
Look at your ban filters. I recall an old bug for some issue with how someone put ban filters or it was a bug with users showing as banned when they actually were not so also test to log in as one of the banned users.
Upgrade to v3.9 to get the fix for that particular bug.
April 9, 2016 8:38 am
Hi t3ln3t,

Thanx for your interest.
I tried following command with putty-root (for only 1 innodb table)

> mysqlcheck --repair mydatabasename mytablename -u root -p
Enter Password: "I wrote my password"

This error message received:

note: The storage engine for the table doesn't support repair

Why can't i do? Unhappy

Originally posted by: t3ln3t

you'll need root access to the machine/database to do this, so far as I know ...
something like the following should work from a shell:
mysqlcheck --repair --databases <db_name>

replace <db_name> with the name of the database you're wanting to repair.
You CAN use an "--all-databases" flag, but depending on how much you have in MySQL, this could take a very, very long time.

You mention having 300,000 records in a table. Depending on your server & the data within the table itself, this could STILL take quite some time. Be prepared for this!!

phpmyadmin, cPanel, Plesk and most of the other 'control panel' software I've seen, has a checkbox to do repairtable operations. I don't personally use control panel solutions, so unfortunately I cannot offer even an iota of guidance on that.

As others have mentioned, please be sure to backup your database PRIOR do performing the repair/optimize, just in case. Better to have a backup and not need it than need it and not have it.
December 4, 2013 9:48 pm
Everything is perfect! Nothing is special. I just added a very small piece of code and that is all!

It is my experience that I share with you and is up to you to test on dev site

Thank you once again
December 2, 2013 10:15 pm
if you're using an old version then you can see the set here

64mb is recommended, you should not go beyond 128mb just like telnet said. Making that value very high will cause performance issue.
November 18, 2013 1:43 pm
Originally posted by: data66

http://data66.info/demo/ works on the v3.4.1 demo (thanks to FoxGerman for the German language pack! http://www.phpfox.com/addons/view/german-language-pack-v-3-0/ note that my version is old so anyone looking don't worry with how it shows as this is not his current version).

And which was code for select language on page footer?
Becouse if I use standard-
not work ok for non-loged users Unhappy

July 18, 2013 6:44 pm
LOL was fun. Smile Anyway, I see now the bugs are being marked v3.6 beta 2 so I am not sure if there is a build 4 or if bugs are fixed in next beta. Will have to stay tuned.
May 24, 2013 3:58 pm