Few problems that indicates that your MySQL database is corrupted:
- You will repeatedly find the error notification from MySQL files.
- Password often fails when it is entered interactively.
- Due to too many connections you may get an error message.
- While using more than one database application.
- The data store in MySQL file becomes inaccessible.
If you face the similar issues then no doubt that your MySQL file is corrupted and you need to repair it in order to get back your data. But the only way to get back the corrupted data in a healthy form you needs a powerful tool to repair it. MySQL Repair Tool that will help you to repair and restore the data in a secure place so that you can reuse it later.
How MySQL gets corrupted/inaccessible/damaged?
MySQL is widely used Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). As it offers amazing features so user loves to use MySQL database for their small and big enterprises. It generally uses two main storage engine to store the vital data InnoDB and MyISAM where MyISAM is more famous than InnoDB it acts as a default storage engine for every versions MySQL. It also saves time and money for high volume packed websites, software and business including all the popular industries Yahoo, Booking.com, Wikipedia, YouTube, Nokia and Google. Though this MyISAM format is very dependable but still there is a possibility of corruption. MySQL is a part of a fast growing software LAMP (Linux, MySQL, and Apache). So due to extensive use of MySQL database sometimes it get corrupted which can lead you in loss. The data loss is generally disappointing for the people who use MySQL on regular basis or who saves there important data on it. To deal with this circumstances user must know the reason behind corruption so that he/she can deal with it in a better way. The reason behind corruption can be many such as:
- corrupted ibdata file
- Virus infection
- Damages structure of database
- Improper MySQL server shut down
- Damaged *.frm file, *.MYD (MyData) file and *.MYI (MyIndex) file
- Bugs in MySQL edition
- Connectivity problem with the database provider
How to Repair Corrupted, Damaged or Inaccessible MySQL file?
If you are confirmed that your MySQL file is damaged then the only left with you is to repair the corrupted data. Database is a collection of information. To recover the corrupted MySQL file you need a professional tool. MySQL Repair Tool is powerful data recovery tool that keeps the recovered information in Transact-SQL script which is good for database recovery. It also recovers data and table structure. It supports almost every versions of MySQL such as 1.x, 2.x, 4.x, 5.x or 3.x which is accessible for all present platforms that include windows 98/ 95/XP/200/2003 servers. It has user friendly interface which doesn’t require any technical knowledge not only this it also has the ability to repair password protected MySQL file. So without wasting time download this software.
Here you have the complete guide that will help you to work with this software. Go through these steps to work in better manner:
Download Stellar Phoenix Database Repair for MySQL software and you will find the main interface as shown below.
Click on “Select” button and after that choose ‘Repair corrupt database which is stored at default location of MySQL’ option to select your database from the default location after that click on it.
After finishing the scanning process the left pane will show the preview of database and its component in a tree like structure.
Once you have seen the database, start the repairing process now click on “Repair” button in file menu shown on the main interface. A dialog box of Stellar Phoenix Database Repair for MySQL will appear. Click on Yes button.
After the completing the repairing process a message box will appear as “repair process finished successfully”. Click ‘OK’ to end the message box.
If you desire to choose the database manually then select the “Manual selection of database to repair” option & then click browse. Browse the folder dialog box opens. Select the folder that include database and click ‘OK’.