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We run the latest stable version of MySQL 5.
1.  First log in to your Cpanel 2.  Click MySQL  Databases 3.  Click phpMyAdmin 4.  Click import Click Choose file,  Choose the file and click go.
  **SSH access is needed for this process. Also you will need the file in .sql format, meaning it can not be compressed in a .zip or .tar.gz file. 1) Once you have your sql file you will need to upload it to your server. 2) You will need to cre...
  There is no way to grant them permission with cPanel. You can only create user/pass and permissions through cPanel and not through phpmyadmin or any other mysql management program.
  The command line option from SSH is: mysqldump -d -u -p database_name > file.sql Where "database_name" is the name of your database, and "file.sql" is the name of the file you would like to write the table structure to. It will prompt ...
  1. First log in to your Cpanel 2. Click MySQL Databases 3. Create a user by typing any username and password and click Create User 4. Create a database by typing a name for your database and click ...
  1.  First log in to your Cpanel 2.  Click MySQL  Databases 3.  Click phpMyAdmin 4.  Click Export 6. Choose what you are going to export, and any settings you need, and cli...
  If you wish to administer your database from your own computer, via a program like navicat or cocoamysq, you will need to add an "access host" via the MySQL Database Icon in the cPanel. To do that enter the IP address of the computer with the the SQ...
No, we do not support MS SQL.
Yes, to manage your databases remotely you will need to add an "access host" via the MySQL Database Icon in the cPanel.
No. We do not provide PostgresSQL on our shared/reseller network
We have no limit for MySQL connections.