I'm getting the following error when upgrading WordPress sites from 3.2.1 to 3.3... It is somewhat intermittent but happening more than not.
I'm running Installatron w/ DirectAdmin. I own the servers so I've got the control and abilities to do whatever on the box.
There seems to be no adverse effect on the sites, however if I have my clients start using the plugin, I don't want them to see the errors which will create a support nightmare for me.
Thanks for any feedback and here's the error:
Upgrading: Error: mysql::query(Array (  => UPDATE users SET user_login=? WHERE ID='1'  => Array (  => Array ( ) )  => ) ) has failed. host = localhost database = completed_wp username = completed_wp errstr = SELECT user_login FROM users WHERE ID='1' MYSQL ERROR 1146: Table 'completed_wp.users' doesn't existSELECT user_email FROM users WHERE ID='1' MYSQL ERROR 1146: Table 'completed_wp.users' doesn't existSELECT option_value FROM options WHERE option_name='blogname' MYSQL ERROR 1146: Table 'completed_wp.options' doesn't existUPDATE users SET user_login= WHERE ID='1' MYSQL ERROR 1064: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'WHERE ID='1'' at line 1