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May 3, 2005, 10:52 am
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cPanel and mySQL tip of the day:
If your cPanel username has a period (the . character) in it, and you create
a mySQL database, the database will be named without the . and you will not
be able to access it.
If you change your cPanel username to your current username minus the
period, the databases should appear.
You can add a theoretically infinite number of databases if the username
contains a period.
This is why we love cPanel.
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