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How to Repair database via phpMyAdmin in cPanel with WebCare360

by John Doe

MySQL is one of the most popular open-source RDBMs that uses SQL (Structured Query Language) to handle databases. A database is known as a collection containing information, whereas a RDBMS like MySQL will control information in tables.

The MySQL tables can end up being damaged which will make your websites stop work and put an end to the online presences of your visitors. There are a few means to check and fix the database. In this case, we’ll be looking at the steps to be followed to repair the database from cPanel at WebCare360.

1- Log in to cPanel and navigate to phpMyAdmin within the Databases section.

2- In the left-hand pane, click the name of the database you want to use. For example,  database named “example” is shown below.

3- Select the check boxes in the table databases you want to repair in the right panel.

4- With the Repair table option in the Selected list box, phpMyAdmin tells you whether the repair process was successful.

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