How to repair a broken MySQL database in cPanel

To make it easier to get in touch with us, from the 24th of March 2016 all support tickets will need to be submitted from your Crucial Control Panel.

Sometimes your MySQL queries or tables may stop working. If you get an error which says, "so-and-so is marked as crashed and needs to be repaired," then you can easily fix this in cPanel.

Even if you are getting a different kind of error like "supplied argument is not a valid" or "table attribute does not exist", then you can use this test to try and fix the problem.

 

Step 1 - Log into cPanel (click here for a guide)

 

Step 2 - Find and click on MySQL Databases icon

 

Step 3 - (1) Select the Database you would like to repair, then (2) click Repair Database

 

Once the repair is complete you will get this screen:

 

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