How to create and maintain MYSQL Databases in cPanel:

This knowledge base tutorial describes the process of creating and managing the MYSQL Database in cPanel. There are two cPanel tools that allow creating MYSQL Database: MYSQL Database menu and MYSQL Database Wizard let’s find out how each of them actually works.

MYSQL Database: MYSQL is an open-source relational database management system. MYSQL is a freely available open-source relational Database management system (RDBMS) that uses structured Query language (SQL). SQL is the most popular language for adding, accessing, and managing content in a Database. It is most noted for its quick processing, proven reliability, ease, and flexibility of use.

Creating a Database with the MYSQL Database Wizard tool.

There are simple basic steps to give below to create an MYSQL database in cPanel.

Step-1: Login to cPanel with username and password.

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Step-2: After login to cPanel go to the Databases section and click on MYSQL Database wizard.

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Step-3: After clicking you will need to perform three steps, Create A Database, Create A User, Add User to the Database.

#: Create A Database: In this option write down the Database you want to create then click on Next Step.

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#: Create Database Users: This section divided into four parts given below you need to fill all sections to create a Database user.

  • Username: In This section write down the Database username that you want.
  • Password: You should enter a strong and secure password for your database user. Use the password Generator for created a unique password.
  • Password Again: Enter the same password as above to confirm the spelling.
  • Strength: Here you will get to know how secure your password is. The strength levels from very weak to very strong will help you to determine this., How to create and maintain MYSQL Databases in cPanel:

#: Add User to the Database: In this step checkmark on All Privileges and then click on the make a changes button.

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Step-4: After following these steps you have successfully create an MYSQL Database in cPanel.

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