"turning on required windows features" Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) on Windows 10

Hi @Catherine_Chang . Could you try the following as well?

Here’s an example of a site
Name: sitename
Original folder: DevKinsta/public/sitename
Domain: sitename.local
Database: sitename

  1. Find the old WordPress folder on your computer (DevKinsta/public/sitename)
  2. Rename the directory to → sitename_temp
  3. You should be able to see (sitename) in the Database Manager via localhost:15200. More info here too
  4. Create an sql dump / export through the Database Manager / Adminer
  5. Delete the old database (sitename)
  6. Create a brand new WordPress site on DevKinsta with the exact same name (sitename) → it creates a database which will be named sitename
  7. Copy all the files to the new site folder (DevKinsta/public/sitename) from temp folder (DevKinsta/public/sitename_temp)
  8. Drop all the tables from the new database and import the sql dump on Database Manager / Adminer.

Please let me know if you have any questions on this process!

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As this issue has now been resolved, I’ll be closing this thread now. If anyone is still experiencing issues, please create a new thread here. Apologies again for the issues!