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After Migration All Members and Activity are Missing

  • Justin Handley


    I moved Buddypress from a Multisite install to a single site install. When I did this, all users are there, but they aren’t showing as members, and all activity is gone. I’m hoping this is a simple find / replace in the database, but I can’t figure out what I need to do to restore the correct information?

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  • billreed


    Hi there Justin,

    I’ve run into a similar issue but in reverse.

    We’re in the process of migrating an individual WordPress site with BuddyPress to a multi-site WordPress with BuddyPress.

    In my case, the normal practice would be to rename the WordPress tables from wp_ to something like wp_99_* , where 99 represents one of the site IDs.

    The tool I used called “Export2 Multisite”, does a great job at fixing the table names.
    However, it’s not smart enough to handle the data merge of the wp_bp_* and wp_rt_* table names.

    Regardless, I’m seeing the same symptoms on the site I migrated from a single WordPress install to a multi-site WordPress.

    So, any help whatsoever from this community on migrating sites with Buddypress either coming FROM or TO a multi-site would be GREATLY appreciated!

    Justin Handley


    The bp_ tables don’t actually get a prefix. Buddypress isn’t really completely multisite friendly. It does work, but it stores all records for all sites in tables that start with bp_ – it doesn’t do per site tables.

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