This article explains how to create a MySQL database on the Grid.
Watch this video to learn how to create a MySQL database on the Grid.
- From the Account Center, click the blue Admin button associated to the desired Grid server.
- From the Databases menu, select Manage Databases.
- Click on the + Add New Database button.
- Type in your database name and click Create Database when finished.
- You should now see your database listed under Databases.
- To view your database in phpMyAdmin, click on the gear icon in the database list.
This article provides instructions to add a database with an associated database user to one of your domains on your DV server 4.0.
This article provides instructions to add a database with an associated database user to one of your domains on your DV.
Watch this video to learn how to create a MySQL database in Plesk.
- Log into the Plesk Control Panel for your domain.
If you log into Plesk with the admin user, you will be in the Server Administration Panel by default. To get to the Control Panel, click on Domains, then on the Control Panel link next to your domain.
You can also create a user that will log into the Control Panel by default, which will save you a few clicks on day-to-day webmaster tasks. See Control Panel user.
- From the Home page, click on Domains. (note: Depending on your Plesk version this may also be listed as Websites & Domains),
- Click on the domain you wish to add the database to.
- Click on Databases
- Click on the Add New Database icon.
- Complete the form by entering your desired database name. You can also create a database user. Then click the OK button.
Watch this video to learn how to create a MySQL database in cPanel.
1. Start by logging into WHM and selecting the Account Information panel. If you know the cPanel address and login information of the account for which you wish to create the database, skip to step 4.
2. Select the List Accounts panel.
3. Select the cPanel icon next to the user that you wish to work with.
4. Select MySQL Databases from the Databases section.
5. Under Create New Database, enter a database name and confirm. You'll be transported to a confirmation screen. Select the Go Back button.
6. Fill out the database user and password info. For increased security, it's strongly recommended that database passwords be unique.
7. Another confirmation screen will appear. Select Go Back. Once there, select Add from the Add User To Database menu near the bottom of the page.
8. From the User Privileges menu, select the relevant privileges for the database user. If you are unsure of which privileges to assign, use the select all feature. Once you confirm changes, the database will be manageable. You may now use the phpMyAdmin utility on the cPanel home screen to administer your new database.