How to Repair MySQL Database from cPanel WHM and phpMyadmin Print

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This article describes how to repair the MySQL database using cPanel, WHM, and phpMyAdmin.

Repair MySQL database through cPanel

  1. Log in to cPanel.
  2. Under the Databases section of cPanel, click on MySQL Databases.

MySQL Databases

3. Under Modify Databases section, select the database from the Repair a Database drop down and click on Repair the Database button.

Modify Databases

Repair Complete

Repair MySQL database through WHM

  1. Log in to WHM.
  2. Under the SQL Services section, select the Repair a MySQL database option.

SQL Services

3. Select the database you wish to repair from the list of all databases and click on the Repair Database button.

Mysql Databases

Repair MySQL Host

Repair MySQL database through phpMyAdmin

If you have access to cPanel, follow the below-mentioned steps to repair the MySQL database.

1. Log in to cPanel.
2. Under the Databases section of the cPanel, click on phpMyAdmin. This will open the phpMyAdmin administration page in a new window

phpMyAdmin

3. Click on the database you wish to repair at the left panel.

Repair Table phpMyAdmin

4. At the right pane, select the check boxes of the database table. If you want to repair all tables, select the "check all" option.
5. In the With selected list box, select "Repair table."

SQL Query Execution

If you have access to WHM, follow the below-mentioned steps to repair the MySQL database.

  1. Log in to WHM.
  2. Under the SQL Services section of the WHM, click on phpMyAdmin. This will open the phpMyAdmin administration page in a new window.

phpMyAdmin

3. On the left pane, select and click on the database you wish to repair.

Repair MySQL Database Tables

5. On the right pane, select the check boxes of the database table. If you want to repair all tables, choose the check all option.
6. In the With selected list box, select Repair table.

SQL Query Execution

 

→ Looking to repair a MySQL Database through Linux and Windows command line?
    Please refer to Repair MySQL Database for more details.

→ Looking to administrate MySQL server through MySQLAdmin commands?
    Please refer to Fix Administrate MySQL Using Commands for more details.

→ Want to take MySQL Database backup using the command line?
    Please refer to Take MySQL Database Backup for more details.

→ Looking to increase Max_User_connection for MySQL in Linux?
    Please refer to Increase max_user_connection for more details.

 


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