Removing a MySQL database


Since most accounts have MySQL database creation limits, it is recommended to remove any unnecessary MySQL databases so that you are able to create more databases when necessary.




1 To access the MySQL Account Maintenance Menu, click on the    icon above the words MySQL Databases on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

2 Click on next to the name of the database you wish to delete.




Before deleting a database due to problems with that database, try using on the database to repair any problems with it.

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