A database** is a set of linked tables. And it is in them that all the information on your site is stored. For example, one table may contain information about the user registered on the site, and another table may contain information about the comments left by the user on the site. And the third one contains your article.

When working with the database, some tables can get corrupted as a result of incorrect operations with it manually or through a script

The error when working with a corrupted table is about the following:

As a result, the CMS fails and the site doesn't work.

Warning: Table './IMAGE_DATABASE_proc is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: INSERT INTO proc (uid, type, message, variables, severity, link, location, referer...  

To restore the table we will log in to phpMyAdmin. If we have several databases, then choose in the window on the left the base that needs to be restored, if the base is one, it will be the default. As a result we will have:


Choose the right table from the list, which is mentioned in the error message warning


Check it and at the bottom, under the list, select Restore table in the dropdown menu

Updated Aug. 14, 2018