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Hi,
I get the below when navigating to my ocPortal. I cannot get into the admin zone either.

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Critical error – bailing out

This is an error that has been elevated to critical error status because it occurred during the primary error mechanism reporting system itself (possibly due to it occuring within the standard output framework). It may be masking a secondary error that occurred before this, but was never output - if so, it is likely strongly related to this one, thus fixing this will fix the other.

Unfortunately a query has failed [SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ocpo_f_topics main LIMIT 1] [Table './dmkpcouk_home/ocpo_f_topics' is marked as crashed and should be repaired] (version: 9.0.8, PHP version: 5.3.27, URL: /index.php)

Details here are intended only for the website/system-administrator, not for regular website users.
» If you are a regular website user, please let the website staff deal with this problem.

Depending on the error, and only if the website installation finished, you may need to edit the installation options(the info.phpfile).

ocProducts maintains full documentation for all procedures and tools. These may be found on the ocPortal website. If you are unable to easily solve this problem, we may be contacted from our website and can help resolve it for you.

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Hi,

This is actually the database corrupting, which tends to only happen when a server is hard-reset, or runs out of disk space. You can fix it by using a tool like phpMyAdmin to repair the mentioned database table.

The way you wrote this, it sounds like you are on a relatively fresh install. If that's the case, I'd definitely speak to the webhost… this is a major thing to go wrong on the server so quickly.


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It's not new exactly - but is recently updated to the latest version. I was sure I tested it as working after though.

I'll try repairing the table as suggested :)
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Tried the repair but it still says "in use" in phpMyAdmin. Had to submit a ticket to the webhost. I wish they would tell me when they do things that might crash tables...
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This is now fixed.
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