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WordPress MySQL Error Code: 1142. INSERT command denied to user

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  • Problem: I have been working on a WP Multi-Site for two months. Working away last Sunday and it stopped saving changes to my WP Post and Pages.

    I cannot rename folders at the root of the site i.e. rename Plugins folder to Plugins-hidden to reset the plugins as a troubleshooting effort. When I try to rename the folder I (as administrator) gets FTP 550 Access Denied message. When I connect to the MySQL DB using MySQL Workbench it does not let me perform any INSERT type function; only SELECT. When I do it gives me the following error:

    Error Code: 1142. INSERT command denied to user 'b37d600426923a'@'168.62.52.141' for table

    Basically the admin account has lost all of its admin access to the DB and host files. This is a STOPWORK scenario and I need help from an expert.

    Thanks in advance for any and all contributions to this issue.


    Tuesday, February 12, 2013 9:18 PM

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  • Found the answer... email that went to junk mail. Hope this helps others!

    Hello Subscription User,
     
     Thanks for choosing ClearDB for your database needs. We appreciate your business and 
     your interest in our services. Our commitment to all of our customers is that we 
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     As such, we're sending you this automated message regarding one of your databases:
     
     Database: wp____
     Tier/Plan: Mercury
     Tier size quota: 20 MB
     
     This database has either reached or has exceeded its maximum allowed size for the 
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     If you feel that you have received this notification in error, please feel free 
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     Thanks again for choosing ClearDB,
     The ClearDB Team

    • Marked as answer by Tony Vines Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:04 PM
    Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:04 PM