MySQL Server's Latest Update Causing Corruption And Damage In The Database

Chicago, IL (PressExposure) January 05, 2010 -- Upgradation to the new version always removes the bugs of the previous versions and enhances the functionality, performance and security of the application. But recently a problem is being encountered with MySQL database while upgrading the older version 5.0.27 with the newer version 5.1.28 on Windows Vista. After the upgradation is completed attempting to access the database components results flashing of error messages indicating database corruption, inaccessibility and damage of records.

According to experts this corruption is caused due to improper and incomplete upgradation and vulnerability in the new version due to which databases are not mounting properly and records becomes inaccessible. Pointing towards resolving the issue they said “In order to resolve this issue one need to downgrade the previous version of MySQL database server and restore the data from the updated backup.

But in case the database is not been backed up then the only way to save the information’s or records is through using any third party MySQL Repair application. The software’s are equipped with intensive scanning mechanisms or techniques that efficiently and effectively repairs and restores the MySQL database components and makes the database functional and accessible.” Concluding the discussion the experts said that “choosing the correct MySQL Repair software is very important, otherwise some more serious issues will make the status of the database bad to worse.”

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Press Release Submitted On: January 05, 2010 at 12:17 am
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