First of all please do a backup of your data. You can follow this guide:
Create And Restore Application Backups.
Once you have your backup saved, you can try to follow the steps specified here Corrupted InnoDB tables recovery – Step by step guide. Some notes:
- You will find the
my.cnf file that the guide mentions under
- Restart mysql after every change in the
my.cnf file. You can do that by executing:
sudo /opt/bitnami/ctlscript.sh restart mysql
- You will need to execute
mysqldump utilities providing credentials, i.e.:
mysqlcheck --all-databases -uroot -p
Let us know if these steps help to figure out the issue.