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  1. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    There are of course a bajillion ways to do this. If you happen to have WP-CLI you can do it on the command line: http://wp-cli.org/commands/db/repair/

    It’s not super user friendly, but it’s nicer than loading up another screen :)

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  2. Lester Chan

    Shameless Plug – but if you can get to WP-Admin and Plugins, WP-DBManager can repair it http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-dbmanager/

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  3. rakesh kumar

    The second method that say that you can repair your database table from phpadmin is more suitable for me but if i am developing a new system for someone else then it is always better to place a code inside wp-config.php file. Nice share sarah

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  4. David

    thanks for the post!
    Do you have any advise if the repair of the db-tables works, but the crash happens again and again?
    How do I find the reason for multiple crashes? In my case for wp_options

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  5. Tammy

    Thank you, thank you! This post saved me from having to hire someone to fix my problem!

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