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Not really. To start decoding a request, Apache first has to accept it. That's sufficient to determine that the server is up. The first solution that comes to mind is to run Apache on a non-standard port. HTTP is usually available on port 80 (HTTPS on 443 or 8080) and bots will knock on that port. Using something non-obvious (and preferably over 1000) will ...


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Exactly the same happened to me, I tried the following query and it worked: USE mysql; CHECK TABLE db; If it returns db is corrupt, then repair it using REPAIR TABLE db; CHECK TABLE db; You should get status as OK.



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