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It is possible to access phpMyAdmin without using the cPanel control panel. Just go to either http://www.example.com:2082/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin/index.php or https://www.example.com:2083/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin/index.php (replacing example.com with your domain n...
If a script has failed in some way, it may have left your MySQL database in an inconsistent state with various tables being reported as "IN USE" or as "ERROR". To fix this problem, you need to "Repair" the table. Login to yo...
You can backup your MySQL databases in two ways. The first one by using the cPanel Backup system and the second using the phpMyAdmin export tool. This entry details how to use the phpMyAdmin Export system to backup your My SQL data base. Login to your c...
To setup a MySQL database and database user, please follow these steps: Log into your cPanel control panel and navigate the the "MySQL databases" section Under the "Users:" section, add a new user and password. The username tha...
For security, accountability and performance reasons we do not allow remote connections to or from our MySQL server. This means you are not able to access the MySQL database system from within Dreamweaver or use a MySQL database on a third party system. A...
You can restore your MySQL databases in two ways. The first one by using the cPanel Backup system and the second using the phpMyAdmin Import tool. This entry details how to use the phpMyAdmin Import system to restore previously backed up My SQL data base ...