How to repair a MySQL database in cPanel

How to repair a MySQL database in cPanel?

  1. In order to repair a MySQL database in cPanel, you need to log in to it while using your username and password for the web hosting account.
  2. Click on the MySQL databases icon to move to the next step.
  3. Under the Modify Databases and in the Repair DB drop down box, you can find out and select the database you wish to repair.
  4. Then you need to click on the Repair DB icon and you are done.
  5. The selected database will be repaired. You can do this task for all the databases you have added. This is so simple. 
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