Use this script to grant ownership of databases and database users to a cPanel user via the command line.
This interface allows you to permit remote hosts (servers) to access MySQL® databases on your server, or to access a remote MySQL server that you configured via WHM's Manage MySQL Profiles interface.
Due to various support and security reasons, cPanel, L.L.C. will automatically upgrade MySQL® 5.5 to MySQL 5.7 on customer servers that run cPanel & WHM version 78.
This interface allows you to change a database user's password.
This interface allows you to complete the PostgreSQL® installation process, create PostgreSQL users, and update the PostgreSQL password.
This document explains how to create an Amazon® RDS™ instance.
This feature allows server administrators to grant ownership of database objects (databases and database users) to a cPanel user.
This document describes how to delete a MySQL® database from a cPanel & WHM server.
This document describes how to enable the MySQL® or MariaDB Slow Query Log.
You can restore the user's grants to the database with the restoregrants utility.
If a database user loses access to databases, you can restore the user's grants to the database with the `restoregrants` utility.
This interface allows server administrators to retrieve a list of database users, each users database, and which account owns each database user.
This interface allows you to list cPanel-managed databases on your server, each database's engine, and which user owns each database.
This interface allows you to manage multiple MySQL® server profiles.
This wizard guides you through the setup of a MySQL® database, user accounts, and user privileges.
Use this interface to create, manage, and delete MySQL® databases and database users.
This interface allows you to set the MySQL® root password.
Use this interface to manipulate MySQL® databases.
Use this interface to manipulate PostgreSQL® databases.
Server profiles optimize servers to perform specific tasks or functions.