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I just discovered a page on the French Wiktionary called "avk:espanafamik". The thing is, as "avk" is the code for Kotava language, the page is unreachable on the French Wiktionary.
I tried by modifing the URL, using pywikibot or AWB, but I can’t do anything. I know for sure that this page exists and it uses templates, such as "linguistique", but I can’t delete it.
So here I am, is there anyway to delete this page?

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Majavah added a subscriber: Majavah.

That page does seem to exist according to wikireplicas:

MariaDB [frwiktionary_p]> select * from page where page_title = 'avk:espanafamik' limit 1;
+---------+----------------+-----------------+-------------------+------------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+--------------------+-------------+----------+--------------------+-----------+
| page_id | page_namespace | page_title      | page_restrictions | page_is_redirect | page_is_new | page_random    | page_touched   | page_links_updated | page_latest | page_len | page_content_model | page_lang |
+---------+----------------+-----------------+-------------------+------------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+--------------------+-------------+----------+--------------------+-----------+
| 3950044 |              0 | avk:espanafamik |                   |                0 |           0 | 0.506491162847 | 20200829144159 | 20200708044957     |    27077959 |      217 | wikitext           | NULL      |
+---------+----------------+-----------------+-------------------+------------------+-------------+----------------+----------------+--------------------+-------------+----------+--------------------+-----------+
1 row in set (9.73 sec)

MariaDB [frwiktionary_p]> select * from revision where rev_id = 27077959;
+----------+----------+----------------+-----------+----------------+----------------+-------------+---------+---------------+---------------------------------+
| rev_id   | rev_page | rev_comment_id | rev_actor | rev_timestamp  | rev_minor_edit | rev_deleted | rev_len | rev_parent_id | rev_sha1                        |
+----------+----------+----------------+-----------+----------------+----------------+-------------+---------+---------------+---------------------------------+
| 27077959 |  3950044 |              2 |    188081 | 20190923195133 |              0 |           0 |     217 |      26779424 | kecoz569nwg6njnwxyzx5friax67kjq |
+----------+----------+----------------+-----------+----------------+----------------+-------------+---------+---------------+---------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

MariaDB [frwiktionary_p]> select * from actor where actor_id = 188081;
+----------+------------+------------+
| actor_id | actor_user | actor_name |
+----------+------------+------------+
|   188081 |     177316 | Kotavusik  |
+----------+------------+------------+
1 row in set (0.11 sec)

Wikipedia Kotava was created recently (T257943) but Wiktionary Kotava does not seem to exist.

Untagging All-and-every-Wiktionary per project description, tagging Wikimedia-maintenance-script-run as this might need to be rescued/deleted using a script. Doesn't look like a MediaWiki-Interwiki bug, my guess is that the page was created before avk: prefix existed and when it was created the page was left inaccessible.

Page can be reached here: https://fr.wiktionary.org/?curid=3950044 but delete and move links don’t work.

Page can be reached here: https://fr.wiktionary.org/?curid=3950044 but delete and move links don’t work.

Can be moved or deleted by api action modules.

Or needs maintenance script (namespaceDupes.php) but the script has to run for all wikis as the interwiki is new one and there might be more pages with this problem.

Page is now at https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/avk-espanafamik (though I don't see any logs for the renaming). Anything more to do?

Page is now at https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/avk-espanafamik (though I don't see any logs for the renaming). Anything more to do?

No, it seems that the bug has been fixed, thanks to whoever fixed it :)