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Check and Repair MySQL Database – cPanel

Learn how to Check and Repair MySQL Database in cPanel. If you are experiencing problems with a database on your account, you can check your databases for errors and repair it.


Video tutorial – Check and Repair MySQL Database – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Check and Repair MySQL Database – cPanel

  1. MySQL Databases

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Databases section and click the MySQL Databases link.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  2. Modify Databases

    Scroll down to Modify Databases section.
    Check Database
    – Choose the database that you want to check from the drop-down menu.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  3. Click the Check Database button.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  4. Checking Database Page

    The system will check whether the database functions correctly.
    If the system detects a problem in the database, it displays the name of the corrupt table.
    If the Success: Check Complete message displays, the database functions properly.
    Click the Go Back button.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  5. Modify Databases

    Scroll down to Modify Databases section.
    Repair Database
    – Choose the database that you want to repair from the drop-down menu.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  6. Click the Repair Database button.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

  7. Repairing Database Page

    The system will check and automatically repair all tables that require repairing.
    If the system cannot repair the database, it will attempt to determine the source of the corrupt data.
    If the Success: Repair Complete message displays, the system successfully repaired the database.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - repair and check

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