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Accessing phpMyAdmin on Your Shared Hosting Account

Posted: 10/2/15 in MySQL

phpMyAdmin offers many tools to help you manage your MySQL databases.

Finding Your Database Admin URL

Posted: 10/2/15 in MySQL

You can use the Admin URL in the Control Panel of your hosting account to directly access your MySQL database.

To Find Your Database Admin URL

Log in to your Account Manager.
Click Web Hosting.
Next to the hosting account you want to use, click Manage.
From the Databases menu, click [...]

Removing Databases from Your Hosting Account

Posted: 10/2/15 in MySQL
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MS SQL

If you no longer need to use a database, you can remove it from your hosting account.

Managing Your Hosting Account's Databases

Posted: 10/2/15 in MySQL
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MS SQL

After you’ve created your databases, you can manage them in the Hosting Control Center.

Creating MySQL or SQL Server Databases for Your Hosting Account

Posted: 10/2/15 in Web Hosting
MySQL

If you need a database, go ahead and set one up!

Do you restrict any features in MySQL 4.1/5.0?

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Yes, we restrict the features outlined in this article.

Upgrading a MySQL or MSSQL Database

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MS SQL

To upgrade your database version, you need to back up the existing database and then restore it to a new database. These steps can all be completed in the hosting Control Panel.

Optimizing Your MYSQL Database

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Optimizing your database removes the gaps in data or “overhead” that can occur when your database works with your website.
This can have the side effect of restoring optimal performance to your website if its database contributes to its slowing. However, optimizing your database does not prevent future slowing because it [...]

Importing SQL Files into MySQL Databases Using phpMyAdmin

Posted: 10/11/14 in MySQL

If you have a SQL file from another database, you can import it into your hosting account’s MySQL database using phpMyAdmin.

My Website Went down When MySQL Upgraded from 4.0 to 5.5

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If your website was impacted by upgrading MySQL 4.0 to MySQL 5.5, we have some information to help you bring your site back online.

You can fix most issues by simply rebuilding your database’s tables. You must complete these steps for each table in your database.

Rebuilding Databases
Rebuilding databases includes exporting your [...]

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