I was updating some client WordPress sites the other day to version 3.4 and ran across an error on one of the sites.  The error message was something along the lines of the following, although I can't say it would say the same thing for everyone.

Fatal error: Call to undefined method dbrc_wpdb::delete()


Arghhh, the pulse tends to start racing when you see these types of errors.  The message came after the update was applied and during the final cleanup.  The message that appeared directly before this error message was a statement about the update almost being complete, but that WordPress needed to rebuild the database.  After clicking "OK", the following error appeared:



Thankfully, Sreejesh over at TechGyo.com wrote up a quick resolution to this problem that worked on my client's site.  The simple fix was to backup the DB.PHP file (for safety sake)  in the /wp-content folder of the WordPress installation, and then just delete the file.  Once deleted, revisit your WordPress admin page and the installation should finish.

You can read the full write-up here at:

Fatal error: Call to undefined method dbrc_wpdb::delete() durring WordPress 3.4 update




Filed under: Wordpress Configuration

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