Automatic synchronization of Wordpress database requires updating
I have created an auto-sync script that does the following:
- Clearing the current location
- Copying dynamic files such as download
- Back up database from target, restore and restore data
The real script is as follows:
echo Updating via SVN export LC_ALL=fr_CA.UTF-8 svn up echo Cleaning up the image and temp folder rm -Rf wp-content/uploads/* echo Copying files from production version cp -R ../public_html/wp-content/uploads/* wp-content/uploads/ echo Importing wordpress database mysqldump -u xxxyyyzzz --password=xxxyyyzzz xxxyyyzzz_db --skip-opt --add-drop-table --default-character-set=utf8 > temp.sql sed 's/www.domain.com/preprod.domain.com/g' temp.sql > temp2.sql mysql -u xxxyyyzzz --password=xxxyyyzzz xxxyyyzzz_preprod_db < temp2.sql rm temp.sql rm temp2.sql echo Complete
The code works great here, except for one small problem. When I load WP-ADMIN from wordpress after syncing the two projects (PROD> PREPROD) and I suspect it will do the same when I do PROD> STAGE and PROD> DEV, the admin dashboard prompts me "You 're the database is out of date, we will update it now "and many perma links fail in the database when I browse the front of the site I have synced.
Is there a Wordpress guru out there who can tell me what I might be doing wrong? Is there a cache somewhere to update or clear.
List of installed pluggins:
- Several custom internal plugins that have nothing to do with this.
- Preliminary custom fields
- Gravitational forms
- Justin Tadlock members
- WordPress SEO by Joost de Valk
- Multilingual CMS WPML
- Convert strings to WPML
Hope someone knows ...
Good luck everyone
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WordPress caches a lot of information in the table
using the Transients API . Clearing the cache can fix some issues.
DELETE FROM 'wp_options' WHERE 'option_name' LIKE '_transient_%'
As MightyE said, the team
won't work with serialized data that many plugins use. I'm not sure if this is easy for all database tables.
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