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 How do I check my MySQL database?
 You can check to see if your MySQL database is running properly using the "Check DB" feature in cPanel. Steps 1. Select the database you want to check from the "Check DB" drop down menu. 2. Click on the Check DB button.
 How do I create a user in MySQL?
 There are two primary steps when creating a MySQL user. The first step is to create a username and password combination for the user. The second step is to add the user to the database you want the user to access. Steps 1. In the "New User" section
 How do I create a MySQL database?
 MySQL databases allow you to store lots of information in an easy to access manner. The databases themselves are not easily read by humans. MySQL databases are required by many web applications including some bulletin boards, content management systems, a
 How do I use phpMyAdmin?
 phpMyAdmin is a web based database administration tool specifically for managing MySQL databases. Once you click on the phpMyAdmin link on the cPanel dashboard, phpMyAdmin will automatically load in a new window. First select the database you want to mana
 How do I repair my MySQL database?
 You can repair your MySQL database by using the "Repair DB" feature in cPanel. Steps 1. Select the database you want to repair from the "Repair DB" drop down menu. 2. Click on the Repair DB button.
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