How to Manage Your MySQL Database

Manage your MySQL database from your cPanel. Get your information, check, and repair your database with a few steps.

MySQL Database is an open-source Relational Database Management System (RDMS) which uses Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL is a popular language for adding, accessing and managing content in a database.

This article contains the following sections:

Find MySQL Database Information

Find your MySQL database information using the steps below:

1. Log in to the cPanel using this link format: http://yourdomain.com/cpanel/ 
Replace yourdomain.com with the Main Domain Name connected to your hosting.
2. Click MySQL® Databases under Databases panel.
3. Scroll down to Current Databases for the list of database names and usernames.
4. Scroll down at the bottom under Current Users you’ll see the list of database usernames.

Check Database

Step 1. Log in to the cPanel using this link format: http://yourdomain.com/cpanel/ 
Replace yourdomain.com with the Main Domain Name connected to your hosting.
Step 2. Click MySQL® Databases under Databases panel.

Step 3. Under Modify Databases, choose the database you want to check and click on Check Database.

Step 4. The database will be checked for errors. If no errors are found, you’ll see a green Check Complete result.

Otherwise, click Go Back to proceed with the repair process.

Repair Database

Step 1. Still in the MySQL Database page, under Modify Database, choose which database you’ll want to repair and click Repair Database.

Step 2. The database will be repaired once it is done, you’ll see Repair Complete as a result.

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