[How To] Fix error SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found

Magento is one of the widely used eCommerce software now a days.

Many of you may face issues with Magento while upgrading the version or installing themes.

And when the problem comes with MySQL probably it's your bad time going on.. 😛

One of the error faced by me was

Mysqli prepare error: Table ‘magento.core_config_field’ doesn’t exist

After doing R&D, a post on the magento forum helped me to fix the issue.

The issue was related to Magento cache

1) Go to cache directory of your Magento installation

cd /var/www/html/magento/var/cache

2) Clear the contents in cache directory

rm -rf *

3) Refresh the webpage and see the magic.

*You may rename existing cache directory and create a new cache directory with same ownership and permission so that changes can be reverted at any point if not successful.

If any feedback, queries are always welcome!

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Magento is one of the widely used eCommerce software now a days. Many of you may face issues with Magento while upgrading the version or installing themes. And when the problem comes with MySQL probably it's your bad time going on.. 😛 One of the error faced by me was Mysqli prepare error: Table ‘magento.core_config_field’ doesn’t exist After doing R&D, a post on the magento forum helped me to fix the issue. The issue was related to Magento cache 1) Go to cache directory of your Magento installation cd /var/www/html/magento/var/cache 2) Clear the contents in cache directory rm -rf * 3) Refresh the webpage…

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