An error occurred while updating Count Per Day: The plugin is at the latest version

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BobFlorida
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2012-11-13 2:21 pm EST

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WP-Updating Plugin Connections (5/31)

Downloading update from http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/connections.0.7.3.1.zip…

Warning: touch() [function.touch]: Unable to create file /home/thurston/public_html/wp-content/uploads/connections.tmp because No such file or directory in /home/boblim5/public_html/thurstongroves.org/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 177

Warning: unlink(/home/thurston/public_html/wp-content/uploads/connections.tmp) [function.unlink]: No such file or directory in /home/boblim5/public_html/thurstongroves.org/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 489

/home/boblim5/public_html/thurstongroves.org/wp-content/uploads

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Scott
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2012-11-13 3:16 pm EST
Hello BobFlorida,

Whenever you migrate to antoher server or host, you will want to check the files and configurations inside your WP installation for the proper path.

The two errors reference a path structure beginning with home/thurston/public_html/wp-content/. This would mean that the account name is thurston and that the WP installation is located in the root folder (public_html).

This is not the case as
a) the account name is incorrect and
b) the domain is an addon and would under yet another folder (the one named as the domain).

Many times plugins do not update correctly upon migration as they are not coded as well as the main WordPress installation.

Once located and changed, the plugins should update and operate properly.

UPDATE: I did a bit of research and found that your temp dir in the wp-config.php file was pointing to /home/thurston/public_html/wp-content/uploads/.

I changed that to point to /home/boblim5/public_html/thurstongroves.org/wp-content/uploads.

Additionally, we discovered a hack file that was inserted back in April, according to the file data. It looks to have been done while still at your previous host. We removed that file as well to prevent any damage, though we do not believe it had anything to do with the plugin update issue.

Please give the plugin another try and see if it updates properly.

Best Regards,
Scott M

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