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Old 2020-01-10, 06:09   #534
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Gary, check mysqld log for errors, usually it is located at /var/log/mysqld.log. Also it make sense to check *.err files in the mysql data directory (/var/lib/mysql usually). Check that you have enough disk space and free ram.

If there are errors about db/tables corruption in logs, run the next command to check: 'mysqlcheck --all-databases --check --verbose'. This command only checks db structure/integrity, for fix use with --repair option (it is good idea to backup data directory first).
Hope this helps.
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