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What you are looking at is serialized data-- possibly multiple bits of serialized data as @Rarst noted. The Options API will serialize and unserialize automatically so all you need to do is: $data = get_option('optionkey'); // $data will be unserialized into whatever data type it was originally, object, array, etc // manipulate your data with ordinary PHP ...
If you have access to run SQL queries, you can select the option_value you want to change and update it with new option_value by running an SQL query.
I was able to find the answer!! The problem I was having was having multiple forms being submitted to the options database. I found a tutorial that solved this problem: WordPress Settings API: Multiple Forms On Same Page http://www.mendoweb.be/blog/wordpress-settings-api-multiple-forms-on-same-page/
The solution was to change the permalink structure from /%postname%/%post_id% to: /%post_id%/%postname%/ This magically fixed it - possibly Wordpress queries are not so efficient the other way around or I ran into a bug with a plugin. Anyway, it's blazing fast again, both backend and frontend
It is pretty hard to tell since you didnt give a lot of information, but First, make sure both sites connect to the same database. Then add those lines in the wp-config.php of each sites to make sure your sites are going to get the right value of wp_home and wp_siteurl depending on which server your are connected to : define('WP_HOME','http://' . ...
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