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Quick repair returns "Database failure. Please refer to sugarcrm.log for details."

Question asked by Arvo Bowen on Jun 12, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 19, 2014 by Arvo Bowen
sugarcrm_06_2014.log contents...
Thu Jun 12 11:48:54 2014 [9263][1][FATAL] Executing repair query:  Query Failed: CREATE TABLE lg_portaluser (id char(36)  NOT NULL ,name varchar(30)  NULL ,date_entered datetime  NULL ,date_modified datetime  NULL ,modified_user_id char(36)  NULL ,created_by char(36)  NULL ,description text  NULL ,deleted bool  DEFAULT '0' NULL ,assigned_user_id char(36)  NULL ,password varchar(255)  NULL ,status varchar(100)  DEFAULT 'active' NULL ,role varchar(100)  NULL  , PRIMARY KEY (id),   KEY idx_lg_portaluser_tmst_id (team_set_id)) CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci: MySQL error 1072: Key column 'team_set_id' doesn't exist in table
So right off the bat I see this ... "Key column 'team_set_id' doesn't exist in table".  Since I'm using the community edition of SugarCRM shouldn't "teams" be taken out of the whole equation??

Any ideas on how to fix this?  Currently I can not open up any cases and it says on the GUI that it has something to do with Ajax.

Using SugarCRM Community Edition - Version 6.5.16 (Build 1082)
I do have one custom module I have built for it and have disabled Ajax for that module via the Admin->System Settings-> "Configure AJAX User Interface".