MySQL: Create a database
Databases allow you to store information in an easy to access manner. The databases themselves are not easily read by humans. MySQL databases are required by many web applications including many blogs, content management systems (CMS), forums, and others. To use a database, you’ll need to create it. Only MySQL Users (different than mail or other users) that have privileges to access a database can read from or write to that database.
If you would like instructions on to how add,remove or modify a MySQL user from within your SiteAdmin/cPanel, check out this guide here.
Create a MySQL database in SiteAdmin
This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to SiteAdmin
Please take careful note of this password, as you can not retrieve it later. You can however change it at a later date if needed.
That’s it! You now know how to create a new MySQL database and user.
Create a MySQL database in cPanel
This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel
Now let’s learn how to create a MySQL database
That’s it! The MySQL database has been created, and the new user added to the database. The database name, username and password will all be needed for scripts that need to connect to the database
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to create and setup MySQL databases