I have a sqlite3 database which has become corrupted, most likely due to repeated power outages. Various selects return a "SQLite error SQLITE_CORRUPT (database disk image is malformed)" error. So I ran an integrity check: `frankvw@dellfvw:~/tmp$ ./sqlite3 MyVideos116.db SQLite version 3.35.5 2021-04-19 18:32:05 Enter ".help" for usage hints. sqlite> PRAGMA integrity_check; *** in database main *** Page 3284: btreeInitPage() returns error code 11 Page 3283: btreeInitPage() returns error code 11 Page 3282: btreeInitPage() returns error code 11 Error: database disk image is malformed` Question: how do I find out which tables are affected? I tried to run the .recover command on the database, but ran into problems with the following: `CREATE TABLE "lost_and_found"(rootpgno INTEGER, pgno INTEGER, nfield INTEGER, id INTEGER, c0, c1, c2, [...] c2046, c2047);` which results in: `Error: near line 128760: too many columns on lost_and_found Error: near line 128761: no such table: lost_and_found Error: near line 128762: no such table: lost_and_found` and also has other problems: `Error: near line 34: UNIQUE constraint failed: version.rowid Error: near line 35: UNIQUE constraint failed: bookmark.idBookmark Error: near line 36: UNIQUE constraint failed: art.art_id` ... (repeated many times) Any suggestion would be appreciated!