How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin

How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin

How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin

How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin-: Do you want to optimize your WordPress Database for Speed? keep reading this post I will explain in depth how you can optimize your WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin.

A major portion of WordPress user uses the Shared Hosting plan where the server resources get distributed among the user. Whatever activity we perform at the back end of our WordPress website result increase in the Database size. it is most important to optimize your WordPress Database on the equal interval of time to keep your website performance high.

Overview of WordPress Database Structure -:

WordPress Database has two major feature First is to WordPress installation itself and second is the contents of the wp-content directory which includes the themes, plugins and uploads.WordPress Database is stored on the table. In the current version of WordPress, there are 11 tables which are as follow.
WordPress Database has two major feature First is to WordPress installation itself and second is the contents of the wp-content directory which includes the themes, plugins and uploads.
How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin
If you see above database table each table saves a specific type of data.  When we install WordPress 11 default table automatically get created all other tables which you see in your data are created by WordPress Plugin and Theme. More you use WordPress Plugin and Them more your Database size will be. Let’s look at what each database table stores:
  • wp_commentmeta – Stores meta-information about comments
  • wp_comments – Stores your comments
  • wp_links – Stores blogroll links (blogroll feature is deprecated, but can be added using Link Manager)
  • wp_options – Stores the options defined in the admin settings area
  • wp_postmeta – Stores post meta information
  • wp_posts – Stores data for posts, pages, and other custom post types
  • wp_terms – Stores post tags and categories for posts and links
  • wp_term_relationships – Stores the association between posts and categories and tags and the association between links and link categories
  • wp_term_taxonomy – Stores a description about the taxonomy (category, link, or tag) used in the wp_terms table
  • wp_usermeta – Stores meta-information about users
  • wp_users – Stores your users

How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin-:

There is a number of ways to Optimize WordPress Database like using the plugin, modifying the wp-cong.php file or running SQL query to clean and optimize database. In this post, we will talk about How to optimize WordPress database using phpMyAdmin panel.
The database is core files so it is strongly recommended to take a backup of your core files. Most of the hosting provider provides cPanel to access back end of WordPress website. Go to your Hosting cPanel >go to database>phpmyadmin.
How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin
Once you log on to your phpMyAdmin you will see all tables. Your database size depends upon your theme, no. Of plugin installed, post revision and autosave. Select all table and click optimize.
How to Optimize WordPress Database using phpMyAdmin

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