How to Repair a Mysql Database in cPanel

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This article will give you a step by step guide on how to repair a MySQL database’s tables in the cPanel.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Scroll down to Databases and click MySQL Databases

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2) Select your database from the drop-down and select check database:

 

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3) If your database reports errors on the next page, select the database and run a repair on the database:

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4) Check the results, Done!

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