Our service includes support for MySQL databases.
You can easily create MySQL databases in your account management control panel.
You can change a database password in the account management control panel.
You can easily delete your MySQL database in your account management control panel.
Error messages saying that MySQL is not available for PHP are almost always caused by uploading an incorrect "php.ini" file.
Explains how to connect to MySQL databases from PHP and CGI scripts (and even from other computers, in some cases).
Advanced users can connect to a MySQL database using the "mysql" command-line tool.
If you don't want to manage your MySQL database through the Unix shell, you can use the phpMyAdmin program we provide.
You can use phpMyAdmin to import a SQL dump file into your MySQL database.
You can avoid problems when adding more than a few thousand rows to a database table.
We make daily backups of all MySQL databases.
We automatically optimize small MySQL tables once a month.
We use MySQL version 5.1.66 with additional security "patches".
If you wish, you can enable remote connections to your database so that you can connect directly to the database from your own computer.
You can install an ODBC driver which will allow you to remotely connect to your database from your Windows computer.
The phpMyAdmin tool can be used to export and then import a database, allowing you to create a duplicate database with a different name.
Since our servers are shared, MySQL users cannot use the Load Image command. However, you can use a simple script to achieve the same effect.
We're occasionally asked if it's possible to create additional MySQL usernames that have different permissions for the same database.
This page explains our policies about MySQL database size and CPU load.
When our MySQL servers are unavailable due to maintenance (which is rare), we provide a way for your scripts to detect this.
Explains the technical details of how we “hash” MySQL passwords.
MySQL triggers are supported.