Information regarding the "LVE-Stats 2" database reset can be found here:
The mentioned error doesn't appear to be encountered in LVE-Stats 2.
If you are interested in storing the LVE stats in MySQL database, please refer to the following article:
DEPRECATED (For old LVE-Stats 0.x versions):
In some cases lvestats database becomes corrupted. This could be a result of a filesystem issue or killing lvestats process when it keeps open database files. In other cases, the issue could be caused by the database structure which differs from currently installed lvestats.
The easiest way to solve the issue is to recreate a database from scratch. If you use default lvestats setup, it uses sqlite3 for the database, so do the following:
Rename existing database file:
mv /var/lve/lveinfo.db /var/lve/lveinfo.db_back
If sqlite3 database file doesn't exist, the startup process will create it with the necessary structure. If you use MySQL as a database engine for lvestats and use the latest package of lvestats, you have to compare table structure to the following http://docs.cloudlinux.com/storing_statistics_in_mysql.html.