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Manage MySQL Databases – Client Area

Learn How to Manage MySQL Databases in the Client Area. MySQL is the most popular Open Source SQL Database management system. To manage a large volume of data efficiently, we store the data in tables, a group of many tables can be created in a single database.


Video tutorial – Manage MySQL Databases in the Client Area


Tutorial – Create MySQL Database in the Client Area

  1. Login to Extilum Client Area

    You can log in to Your Client Area by going to this link.
    Once you have logged into your Client Area click the Services green button.

    Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

  2. My Products & Services

    In the My Products & Services table, find your hosting service and click the Manage button.

    Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

  3. MySQL Databases

    Scroll down the page until the Manage Account title, then choose the MySQL Databases button.
    You can also find the MySQL Databases link in the right menu in alphabetical order.

    Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

  4. MySQL Databases

    Click the +Create Database button.

    Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

  5. Create Database

    New Database
    Type a name for the database.
    A database name may contain a maximum of 64 characters.
    Click the Create button.

    Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

Tutorial – Rename MySQL Database in the Client Area

  1. Next to the chosen Database, click the Rename Database icon.
Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

2. Rename Database Window

New name
Type the new Database Name.
Click the Update button.

Wait for the success message.

Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

Tutorial – Delete MySQL Database in the Client Area

  1. Next to the chosen Database, click the Delete icon.
Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases

2. Click the Confirm button.

Extilum Client Area - MySQL Databases
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