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Le 20/02/2015 15:00, Ian Whitfield a écrit :

I tried to run the 'mysqlcheck' command and I don't know what the output
is but this is what I got ...

That is the output of the built-in help, which gets displayed when you
run mysqlcheck without any parameters. Try :

mysqlcheck -A -p

the '-p' is only necessary if you need a password to access your
database server.

Preferably, you should run the above as superuser :

sudo mysqlcheck -A -p

The tables of all databases to which you have access rights, will be
analyzed. Any errors in table data consistency will be displayed next to
the given table.

If you are using mysql, you really should learn the command line tools
to administer your mysql server and databases. If you have no access to
UI tools for whatever reason, it can save your bacon on more than one


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