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How to Resolve Error: “MySQL Server Hostname is Not Valid”

 Modified on: September 21, 2022 |    285 views

'MySQL Server host is not valid' is an error that pops up when a user tries to save the repaired database with the incorrect or wrong hostname or server IP.  

If you encounter the error below while saving or exporting the repaired database to the destination MySQL server, ensure you enter the correct hostname or server IP.

You can check and validate the hostname or server IP by using any of the following ways:

  • Use the MySQL Workbench


  • Use MySQL Command Line Tool

Once you have verified and validated the hostname or server IP, enter the detail in the required field while saving the MySQL database followed by username and password to save the repaired database to the destination server.

IMPORTANT NOTE: To save the MySQL database, ODBC driver 32-bit must be pre-installed on the system.



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