MySQL is a database system used on massive domains in the web. Basically, a MySQL database allows you to create a relational database structure on a web-server somewhere in order to store data or automate procedures. If you think of it in comparison to the net republic Microsoft Access, MySQL is what holds all of your tables, PHP acts as your queries (among other things), and your forms are basically web pages with vmware hosting fields in them. With all of this combined, you can create truly spectacular projects on the web.
How to check a MySQL database for errors in cPanel
This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel, and are starting on the home screen.
Now let’s learn how to check a database for errors.
Click the “MySQL Databases” icon.
Under “Modify Databases”, and in the “Check Database” drop down box, select the database you want to check.
Then click “Check Database”.
That’s it! The check has been completed, and no errors were found.
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to check a database for errors in cPanel.