How to check a MySQL database for errors in cPanel

How to check a MySQL database for errors in cPanel?

  1. First of all log in to the cPanel by using web hosting account’s username and password.
  2. Find out the MySQL Databases icon and click on it.
  3. The database you want to check can be traced under the Modify Databases segment and in the Check DB drop down box. Select that database you want to check.
  4. Then you should click on the Check DB. That’s it!
  5. The check is performed and zero errors found. This is so simple to check a database in cPanel.
  6. Then go back to the home page to perform other activities.  

 

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