WordPress comments are very reliable and it is very rare that you’ll ever see this issue on your site. But just like with all technology, things sometimes fail and then you need to debug and correct them. I searched internet and found nothing. Hopefully, some of you will find this post useful.
Film & Game Releases: Week of May 3
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CHECK OUT OUR LIST OF MOVIE RELEASES FOR THE WEEK OF May 3, 2019! From The Intruder to UglyDolls, here is a schedule of the films and games coming out soon! Film Release Schedule El Chicano Synopsis from The NumbersWhen L.A.P.D. Detective Diego Hernandez is assigned a career-making case investigating a vicious cartel, he uncovers […]
So, one day all of a sudden I find that I have 24 pending comments in my WordPress admin dashboard comments panel and when I click on pending comments link it shows no comments.
Entertainment Business Instructor Spotlight
Monday May 13, 2019
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I realised that people were commenting but getting the error.
So, first I tried to optimise database which did not work. Then I started debugging code, the error message appears from wp-includes/comments.php which runs the function wp_new_comment which runs the function wp_insert_comment which runs $wpdb->insert in wp-includes/wp-db.php which runs the function _insert_replace_helper and in this function I got the generated sql file. I printed the sql query [ print_r($this->prepare( $sql, $values ) ) ] and ran the query directly in the database. Then I found that the query was running but the comment_ID was generated as 0.
So, it was a database issue, when I edited the structure of the wp_comments table, I found that comment_ID was neither set as primary key, not it was set on auto increment mode.
Q-Learning Agents, Part 3
Friday October 05, 2018
A Q-Table greatly simplified the challenge of helping a computer agent “learn” to solve an environment. Unfortunately, this particular approach doesn’t scale well to the kinds of applications I would like to create. To help overcome this next hurdle, we will raise the complexity a bit more as the Frozen Lake environment is approached again, […]
The fix was to remove all the comments with comment_ID as 0 and then setting the comment_ID as primary key and auto-increment.
Finally comments were back on my site.
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