For one reason or another at random times, my webhost reboots the sever that hosts my CentOS VPS, when this happens it often causes one of my MySQL tables to crash. The table handles the sites PHP sessions (a Joomla site powered by PHP).
The site gets a fair amount of traffic so when the VPS is rebooted, the session table is often being written to.
Is there anything I can do to stop this happening? Perhaps some sort of soft MySQL shutdown when the server gets the reboot command?
The only thing I am doing now is auto repairing the table when the server comes back up.