Easy Steps For Managing Databases in CyberPanel

This guide intends to provide a complete guide for Managing Databases in CyberPanel including creating, uploading, and accessing databases to your site. Database Management in CyberPanel has the following key features:

  • Create a Database and User
  • phpMyAdmin Integration
  • Database Backup and Restore
  • Manage user privileges to databases
  • Remote MySQL
  • Secure database connection
  • Support for multiple database types

This guide will create a database, delete a database, access it to the site, and upload it from phpMyAdmin in CyberPanel. To do this, follow the steps below.

Comprehensive Guide For Managing Databases in CyberPanel

From your CyberPanel dashboard, you can easily manage your databases from a graphical interface. Here we assumed that you have installed CyberPanel and accessed your dashboard. If you are looking for the CyberPanel installation guide, you can check the following articles:

CyberPanel Installation on AlmaLinux 8 and RHEL 8

Install CyberPanel on Ubuntu 22.04

Now follow the steps below to complete this guide.

Step 1 – Create a Database on CyberPanel

From your CyberPanel dashboard, click on Databases. You can select it from the left-side menu too.

Select Databases in CyberPanel

You will see the following database functions:

  1. Create Database
  2. Delete Database
  3. List Databases
  4. phpMyAdmin

At this point, you can click on Create Database.

Create Database in CyberPanel

From there, you start to create and manage a database for an existing website on CyberPanel. Select your site to continue. If you don’t know how to create a website, you can check the following guide:

Create a Website with Domain Name on CyberPanel

Then, enter the detailed information for your database including database name, user name, and password. Finally, click on Create Database.

Enter detailed information for your site database in CyberPanel

Once your database is created, you will see the success status.

Step 2 – Delete a Database on CyberPanel

If you plan to delete databases in CyberPanel, you can simply click on the Delete Database tab from your dashboard.

Then, select the website and your desired database you want to delete. Click Delete Database.

Delete a Database on CyberPanel

Step 3 – List Databases on CyberPanel

To view your databases and site access, click on List Database. From there, you will see your available databases.

Also, you can manage remote access for your desired database and change the database’s password on CyberPanel.

List Databases

Step 4 – Access phpMyAdmin Directly from CyberPanel

At this point, you can easily access and manage your phpMyAdmin databases page directly from your CyberPanel dashboard. From the left-side menu click on phpMyAdmin.

Access phpMyAdmin

This will open a new page for phpMyAdmin.

phpMyAdmin dashboard

Step 5 – Upload or Import a Database

At this point, from your phpMyAdmin page, you can easily upload a database. From the left side select your desired database name. Then, click on the Import tab. From there, you can choose your desired file. Finally, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click Go. Your database will be successfully uploaded.

Upload or Import a Database in CyberPanel

That’s it you are done.

Final Words on CyberPanel Database Management

CyberPanel provides a complete and secure environment for managing databases with powerful features and tools. You just need to install and access the CyberPanel dashboard, and from there, you can easily access your databases and manage them from a graphical interface instead command line.

Hope you enjoy it. Also, you may like to read the following articles:

Install aaPanel on AlmaLinux 9

Install DirectAdmin on Debian 12

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