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I finally managed to fix the issue with the help of Burt.. I really appreciate the help.. very few people go so far and stay till the end.. I was with him on IRC for almost 2 hours..
The issue was related to one of the plugins (Sexybookmarks), the plugin was trying to connect to remote site to fetch some data, the remote site had some problems so was throwing back error 500, so in this process, the server was not able to load the whole page. (May be it was retrying)
We disabled all the plugins and tried enabling all one by one.. and thats how the issue was traced.
Now back to the 1000s of table issue.. earlier I thought it might be causing the issue but later realized that, it was actually not the issue, this is how BuddyPress RC1 behaves to track activity of each user.. it creates 3 tables for each user..
I think like Jeff mentioned, it has been taken care in the latest version over the trunk.. the latest trunk version will fix the issue as I think it stores all the activity in single table.. thus it’s a good idea for the sites with the large user base.
I guess that’s it, all cool now.. issue resolved with the help of Burt (Burtadsit)
Thanks everyone for their inputs.
I registration is disabled but still the table creation is going on.
The server is pretty much stable.. by running netstat command, I found only 27 active connections..
@Jeff – I will give it a try with the version which is on Trunk..
About the invite friends plugin – I think there is no option to activate / deactivate if the plugin is installed in mu-plugins directory.
I just fixed that issue.. I had basically renamed the directory and file.. I deleted now and invite plugin issue is gone but still the site issue still remains.
I will get on IRC now.
I am using RC1 downloaded from the site..
WP Object Cache – I don’t think so it is enabled.. it was taken out from WPMU 1.5.1? I haven’t touched any other core files except the config file..
@Jeff Sayre – Will it be safe to have latest SVN version on production site? I am not sure about it so asking..
For now, I am going to export the online DB to my local machine and see if it makes a difference or not.. (if the tables are not automatically getting created that means, the issue is with the spam bots else the issue is with something else)
I will post updates in a while..
Yes I deleted it long time back.. but still the error keeps on coming..
This is what I found in the error log of the server.. (apache)
[Mon Apr 13 09:35:55 2009] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xx.xxx] Request exceeded the limit of 10 internal redirects due to probable configuration error. Use ‘LimitInternalRecursion’ to increase the limit if necessary. Use ‘LogLevel debug’ to get a backtrace., referer: http://xxx.com/
[Mon Apr 13 09:36:25 2009] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] PHP Warning: include_once(bp-invitefriends/bp-invitefriends-admin.php5) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/html/xxx/wp-content/mu-plugins/_bp-invitefriends_.php on line 37
Also what I have noticed it.. the page still calls for JS and CSS file from the deleted folder bp-invitefriends.. no idea why it calls.. I tried to delete the traces from the DB too but still it calls the same files.. (Firebug shows internal server error 500 for these files)
I am on RC1.. I had Send Invites plugin installed, it messed up the whole thing (i.e. it automatically disabled the JS for some reason), so I deleted the plugin file and folder.
I had installed WP Super Cache too, it did not work well, so I had to take it off too..
Other than that, no MU plugins…
Here is the list of plugins I have installed for a single blog:
All in One SEO Pack
Google XML Sitemaps
Twitter for WordPress
Twitter for WordPress
WordPress 2.6+ and bbPress 0.9 cookie integration
WP Custom Login Logo
I disabled all the plugins but still the issue remains.
In my previous reply, I had disabled registration just to cross verify.. but still the new tables are getting created..
I traced the user from the User ID mentioned in the table name.. the user looks like a spammer to me.. but now sure what the user is trying to do as those created tables have 0 records…
It doesn’t look like spam as I don’t see much increase in registration (wp_users table) The tables are being generated for the users which are already present..
I have disabled the registrations now.. let’s see how it goes.. I really doubt if it will work though..
Thanks for the inputs.. any other pointers which I should look for?
I have managed to customize the theme, moved the columns according to my design and even modified few things..
Do let me know the feedback.
No the issue was with the HTML code, wanted to change the structure a bit. The code was in plugin-template.php
Oh my bad.. how could I skip the file plugin-template.php
Just needed to fix up the code there and everything is back on track.
Thanks @huh for the help
This would be the URL:
_username_ will be your username
hmm, I got register page working.. there was some issue with my code but still no idea about the settings page..