How to get rid of annoying strings in MySQL?
Hi, I have a mysql database that is innoDB and there is one row in the database, from which Mysqld crashes every time I try to access it. Anyone know about the way I could delete this line? If I do DELETE ... DELETE FROM table_name WHERE ID = MySQL also does not accept this ... any thoughts on how I could get rid of this annoying line?
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Answered on December 11, 2015 19:02
Using the mysqlcheck command line via ssh, telnet. Only VPS or certain server owners will have SSH Telnet access, but this is the best way to repair the damage if you have access.
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