In this article, we will discuss how to check and repair databases from cPanel.
MySQL is one of the most widely used open-source relational database management systems that use SQL(Structured Query Language). A database can be called a collection of data, whereas an RDBMS like MySQL will store data in tables.
The MySQL tables can get corrupted which will stop the normal working of websites and produce errors for the visitors. There are some ways to check and repair the database. In this case, we will be looking at the steps that should be followed to repair the database from cPanel.
1. Login to cPanel and open Mysql Databases
2. Select the database from the dropbox under Modify Databases Section.
3. Click on check database button for checking any errors.
4. Click on the repair database button to repair the database.
How to check and repair databases from cPanel?
Login to cPanel and locate Mysql databases under Databases section.
Now select the databases you wish to check and repair from the drop-down box under Modify Databases Section. After selecting click on the Check Database button
After clicking the check database button, the system will check the selected database for any errors and the errors will be displayed. After this, you can repair the database if any errors are displayed while checking. For repair, click on the Repair database button.
Done! You have successfully repaired the selected database.
If the steps above listed in this article do not resolve your issue, please feel free to open a support ticket and we’d be happy to take a look.
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