By default, Drupal appends a colon to the end of field labels. If you would like to remove them and you are already using Display Suite to layout your content types, Display Suite Extras is a great option.
My Google searches resulted in countless recommendations to create a custom copy of the field.tpl.php template. Editing templates is fine, but for this use case that seems a bit heavy-handed.
Here are the steps:
Enable Display Suite Extras
Select the “Enable Field Templates” checkbox at admin/structure/ds/list/extras
On the same page set the “Default Field Template” to either “Minimal” or “Expert”
Now when you configure your field under “Manage Display” for the content type, you will see a “Hide label colon” option.
Using the “Expert” template will provide even more options.
Unable to log into a Drupal site. Logging in with valid credentials would fail without any visible error in the UI.
Repair the sessions table.
When I exported the database using Sequel Pro, I got the following error:
“Table ‘./d6_eiper/sessions’ is marked as crashed and should be repaired’. I was able to do this with Sequel Pro, but you could also use phpMyAdmin.
Update 4/6/2012: More tables starting crashing in the same way and we were able to repair them as well. The reason for these crashes is still a mystery. We restarted the web server and haven’t seen any crashes since.