II. How to Create a MySQL Database in cPanel
III. How to Delete a MySQL Database in cPanel
IV. How To Create a MySQL Database User in cPanel
V. How to Assign a User to a MySQL Database in cPanel
VI. How to Change a MySQL Database User's Password in cPanel
VII. How to Remove a User from a MySQL Database in cPanel
VIII. How to Delete a MySQL Database User in cPanel
IX. How to Check a MySQL Database for Errors in cPanel
X. How to Repair a MySQL Database in cPanel
XI. How to Manage a MySQL Database with phpMyAdmin in cPanel
After checking your database for errors in cPanel, the next step is to repair your database. The system will let you know if any errors are found and simple ones can be fixed right in cPanel. This feature saves you from having to deep dive into easy database fixes.
This tutorial will walk you through how to repair a MySQL database in cPanel.
- A server with cPanel.
- Login credentials and appropriate permissions for cPanel.
How to Repair a MySQL Database in cPanel
1. Login to cPanel.
2. Under Databases, click MySQL Databases.
3. Under Modify Databases, click the dropdown menu under Repair Database and select the database you want to repair.
4. Click Repair Database next to the dropdown menu.
5. The MySQL database is repaired and a green confirmation message appears. You can click Go Back to return to the MySQL Databases screen.
This guide helps you fix simple database errors and get your website or application up and running. Deeper issues may require looking into by a system administrator. Fortunately, the support team at Liquid Web is available around the clock to help with some complex issues related to the MySQL database.
Our Sales and Support teams are available 24 hours by phone or e-mail to assist.