Anyone ever have their Mysql wordpress database get corrupted? Mine did last night and I could find no way to repair the damage. I ended up creating a new database and re-installing WP. Then spent three hours extracting 65 posts, about 30,000 words worth, from the corrupted post database file with a text editor and, one by one, recreated the blog postings. What a pain!
It made me wonder if one post database file per month might not be a good idea rather than just letting the single file grow and grow.
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