How to Create a Database and User for MySQL in cPanel

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This article will give you a step by step guide on how to create a new database and a new user for MySQL.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Scroll down to Databases and click MySQL Databases


2) To create a new database, enter the databases name and click Create Database


3) Click Go Back


4) To add a new user, enter the new user name. Then create and confirm the password. Finally, click Create User


5) Click Go Back


6) To add a user to a database, start by selecting the user from the User drop down bar. Then select the database you would like to put the user into from the Database drop down bar. Finally, click add


7) Select the privileges you want to allow the user to have in the database by checking the boxes next to the corresponding privileges. Then, click Make Changes


8 ) Click Go Back


This concludes how to create a new database and new user for MySQL

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2 Comments on How to Create a Database and User for MySQL in cPanel

  1. Naira says:

    Thank you ! Great tutorial!

    Naira Jorge

  2. Omscowonder says:

    Thanks alot. this tutorial really helped me.
    A customer rep directed me here

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