MySQL table is marked as crashed. This is what I do.
It’s been a long time since I visit my old website which still uses MySQL as its database. I’ve been moving to PostgreSQL since years ago and never look back. PostgreSQL is undoubtedly one of the best RDBMS out there when it comes to enterprise-level databases. MySQL is good but I found it hard to tweak and optimize it in a way that it becomes a robust database. So I choose the lazy part: switching to PostgreSQL totally and it goes well so far.
Back to the problem I had with my old website. It’s broken. I never touched it but it’s broken. I don’t have any idea what’s wrong but I’m willing to dig down deep to fix it. Here’s how.