[wp-trac] Re: [WordPress Trac] #2962: "Resetting" a blog and re-running install.php does not work

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Fri Jul 21 17:19:03 GMT 2006

#2962: "Resetting" a blog and re-running install.php does not work
 Reporter:  RuddO           |        Owner:  anonymous
     Type:  defect          |       Status:  reopened 
 Priority:  normal          |    Milestone:  2.0.4    
Component:  Administration  |      Version:  2.0.3    
 Severity:  major           |   Resolution:           
 Keywords:                  |  
Changes (by RuddO):

  * resolution:  invalid =>
  * status:  closed => reopened


 Hold on just a sec, are you telling me that

 - wordpress inserting the admin user with ID = 1
 - then wordpress inserting admin user's usermeta keys with ID != 1

 is OKAY, irrespective of the autoincrement key?

 While I know that TRUNCATE should have been the "blessed" way to reset my
 blog, the error pointed above is due to a lack of robustness.  I posit
 that inserting a row with ID 1, and subsequently inserting rows that
 should have had ID 1, with another ID, is a bug, not a user error.

 Instead of quickly closing the bug, you could at least have taken a look
 at the code, could you?

Ticket URL: <http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2962>
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