Repairing the entire database
First, you should check all tables and try a first-level repair of ones that are corrupt. To do this:
- Stop all NetQoS Services.
- Restart only the NetQoS MySQL51 service.
- Open a command prompt. (Start -> Run -> cmd )
- Run the command
mysqlcheck --auto-repair -A
- If any tables are shown to be corrupted, re-run the above command and see if the table(s) still shows as corrupt.
Execute the Backup