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Upgrade to 1.7 broke my site

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    bezbez
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    @bezbez

    Upgraded to the new version 1.7 and now I am getting the following errors. The whole site is inaccessible. Please help. Using WordPress version 3.5.1
    Warning: require(/home/content/34/1008623/html/subdomain/wp-content/themes/bp-default/_inc/ajax.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/34/1008623/html/subdomain/wp-content/themes/bp-c_sub/functions.php on line 33

    Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘/home/content/34/1008623/html/subdomain/wp-content/themes/bp-default/_inc/ajax.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/local/php5_3/lib/php’) in /home/content/34/1008623/html/subdomain/wp-content/themes/bp-c_sub/functions.php on line 33

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    @aitpro

    You will need to restore your database from a backup.

    I am not a BuddyPress support person or BP expert, but I am also experiencing the same issues/problems with BuddyPress upgrades. My general theory on this is that during the database update what is happening is that dependent files are not being installed/copied/added in time/i correct sequence for the database update to complete successfully. I could be totally wrong, but that is what it logically looks like at this point.

    Another part of the equation probably has to do with the fact that I have a standard single WordPress installation with BuddyPress and bbPress installed instead of Network/Mulitisite – just a gut instinct/logical guess.

    I am a plugin author and need to get a plugin update out for my plugin in regards to the new jQuery in WP 3.6 which is scheduled to be released in a couple of weeks. Once I get that plugin update out then I will get to the bottom of this and post my findings and a complete tutorial on what to do to successfully install a BuddyPress upgrade given all of particular website’s factors. Will post that back here. Thanks

    No, restoring the database for this is like throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

    Your theme looks to be dependant on BP-Default, which WordPress is looking for in wp-content/themes/ (BP-D should never be there).

    I am assuming that because BP-Default isn’t an available theme when BP is deactive (during an upgrade), it falls back to looking inside wp-content/themes/.

    Go to wp-admin > Themes, pick TwentyTwelve. Then upgrade BuddyPress, then re-activate BuddyPress, then switch back to your original theme.

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    AITpro
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    @aitpro

    Ok yeah it is probably just what must be done in my particular case then. I should have stated that better. Something like – if you have tried restoring your previous BuddyPress files and that did not work then try doing a database restore. In my particular case when BuddyPress upgrades do not complete successfully then the only thing that brings that site back up is a database restore.

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    bezbez
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    @bezbez

    @djPaul,
    I can’t even access the admin section of the site. Is there another way to switch the theme? perhaps from the back end?

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    @nadiamode

    solution 1 – use ftp

    @bezbez rename your current theme folder in root/wp-content/themes/ to theme-bak then wordpress may switch to default theme

    solution 2 – use mysql – go to phpMyAdmin

    – check table “wp_options” edit row “template” and “stylesheet” to default theme example “twentytwelve”

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    AITpro
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    @aitpro

    The solution was so simple. Just use good old fashioned manual FTP upgrading methods.

    Notes:
    1. Deactivating BuddyPress caused a 500 Error and I had to use phpMyAdmin and add the active_plugins db entry back for BuddyPress to bring the site back up.
    2. Doing a WP Dashboard upgrade caused a 500 Error.

    Successful BuddyPress Upgrade steps:
    1. FTP to site and rename the /buddypress folder
    2. Upload the new /buddypress folder.
    For good measure I resaved all BuddyPress settings just to ensure that everything was actually good to go and no problems. Yeah!

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