@Jaz_Sanchez, can you please share your domain name? If it is the one you asked for help with before, I get a different error message. Please see the below article, or let me know the correct domain name.
Are this error related to the topic? Warning: PDOStatement::execute(): SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1033 Incorrect information in file: ‘./epiz_xxxxxxxx_database/table.frm’ in /home/vol12_1/epizy.com/epiz_xxxxxxxx/htdocs/app/File.php on line 123
The table can’t be accessed. In PHPMyAdmin, this showed.
Well, In my side epiz_30792282, A connection timeout error of the website just occurred an hour ago today, i thought it’s just an database error, or maybe this were also caused by the currently occurring event?.. I hope so. I checked my other hosting account website and seems fine, only that one. (I hope our prof. don’t check our project while it’s at trouble😂).
iFastNet is still working on the database servers, adding more capacity and fixing issues.
I don’t know the details of what exactly they are doing, still need to do, or when they expect to do what.
All I know is that some databases may be down temporarily, and as far as I know there should not be any lasting impact on the data itself.
If there are any accounts or databases with lasting issues, I can check them and have iFastNet investigate them. But I would like to ask you first to wait at least 24 hours before reporting them, because it’s very likely that iFastNet is already aware of the issues by the time you see them and is working to fix them.
The tables of @syahid246 do actually seem to be broken. I’ve sent a request to iFastNet to look into this.
On my website, the same thing happens as the problems syahid246 is experiencing. One of my tables (kind of an important one with a lot of data in it) is “in use”. Both structure and data are lost (or at least inaccessible).
The URL is rankingsimulator.great-site.net, the database username is epiz_28284116.
I have asked iFastNet about this and it does appear that a small number of tables were corrupted during the maintenance. If one of your tables turns out to be corrupted because of this, then I’m sorry, but there is no way we can restore them.
Your only option is to delete the current tables and recreate them, either from a backup (if you have it) or from scratch.