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Accidently i Deleted Mysql database in Cpanel

Discussion in 'MySQL' started by tanveersultan, Sep 3, 2011.

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    Accidenly I Dleted MYSQL database in My Host
    any way to recover it.......I don't deleted my wordpress blog folder ........ May it helps me ......... anyone can guide what to do now ........... May b Config.php file help me .........Please help me i loss my 1000 posts @ wordpress
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    tanveersultan, Sep 3, 2011 IP
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  2. babushkyn

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    Contact your hosting provider ASAP, they should have a backup of your database.
     
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    Duplicate thread, but as per my other reply:
     
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    yea.Most of host take backup end of week.So Request them to recover database
     
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    Did you use any static file cache for your Wordpress? You maybe able to retrieve your blog posts.

    If not, one last thing you can do is go through Googe's cache and copy and paste all your posts. Then use a Wordpress mass import script to import the posts back.

    Not sure how you CPanel delete your MySQL database. There's chance that the database file still exists.

    Depends on your hosting, I think Wordpress uses MyISAM storage engine. Search for files with extension ".frm", ".myd" and ".myi". There's a slight chance that your data could still be there.
     
    imperialDirectory, Sep 10, 2011 IP