If something has happened to either the
snapt.db or the
log.db SQLite databases used by Snapt, chances are you have come across the following error:
There has been a serious error: SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 11 database disk image is malformed
In most cases, it is the
log.db file that has become corrupted, so let’s see how to repair it.
How to Repair
Depending on your installation, this file will be stored in one of the following locations:
If using the Snapt software bundle:
If using an official Snapt VM image:
Once you have found the appropriate directory,
cd to it and run the following commands:
mv log.db log-broken.db echo ".dump" | sqlite3 log-broken.db | sqlite3 log.db chmod 777 log.db
For related problems with SQLite database and how to fix them, we recommend that you follow the SQLite Repair Guide.
If you followed the SQLite Repair Guide and still weren’t able to troubleshoot the problem, try contacting our 24/7 Support.