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.
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® profiles.
This interface allows you to set the MySQL® root password.
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.
Due to various support and security reasons, we strongly recommend that you upgrade MySQL® 5.5 to MySQL 5.7.
Use this interface to manipulate MySQL® databases.
Use this interface to manipulate PostgreSQL® databases.
Server profiles optimize servers to perform specific tasks or functions.