MapPress is a WordPress plugin that provides an interface to Google Maps and easily allows you to insert detailed Google Maps into WordPress posts or pages. We have a site that provides password auditing services called QD Tools and on the homepage there is a map that lists the city, state/province, and country of our customers. I have been using MapPress Pro for a long time because it offers lots of extra features and MapPress itself is such an awesome plugin I like supporting the developer. Anyhow the Google Map on the QD Tools homepage is has over 1,000 markers and continues to grow. I wanted to modify the default MapPress/Google Maps marker that was being used but there is no way in MapPress to retroactively change this so the instructions below explain how to do this.
mysqldump: Got error: 145: Table ‘./wordpress/bot_prli_clicks’ is marked as crashed and should be repaired when using LOCK TABLES
Earlier I was in the process of upgrading MySQL on a CentOS Linux server and ran into an error when I attempted to backup all of the MySQL databases. When issuing the mysqldump command I received an error 145 noting that one of the mysql database tables was marked as crashed and needed to be repaired. Below I have noted the error in more detail as well as how to repair any tables that are marked as crashed.
WordPress mysqldump Backup Corrupted Because of Blob Fields in Angsuman’s Translator Plugin Pro MySQL Tables
During a recent WordPress upgrade I was performing I noticed an issue with the mysqldump of the WordPress database which was causing the actual .sql file backup of the database to not read properly. After investigating I noticed that the atpp_page_cache table from Angsuman’s Translator Plugin Pro included Blob columns that were not dumping properly with the default mysqldump syntax as shown below.
- mysqldump -u root -p databasename > db_backup_file.sql
Dump MySQL database: Use the below mysqldump command syntax to dump a single database from a MySQL
- mysqldump -u root -ppassword database_name > database_staging-04-14-2008.sql
Dump One Table from a MySQL DB: The below syntax will dump one MySQL table including the SQL syntax needed to drop that table if it already exists in the database you eventually restore it to.