Let’s say you were trying to download PostgreSQL and you realize that not all of the program downloaded, leaving you with files and directories that are taking up space on your server, and begs the question: How do you completely uninstall PostgreSQL? In this tutorial, we’ll be safely removing PostgreSQL from our Liquid Web Ubuntu 16.04 server.
PostgreSQL (pronounced “post-gress-Q-L”) is a household name for open source relational database management systems. Continue reading “Creating and Deleting a PostgreSQL Database on Ubuntu 16.04”
II. How To Create a MySQL Database in cPanel
III. How To Delete a MySQL Database in cPanel
IV. How To Create a MySQL Database User in cPanel
V. How To Assign a User to a MySQL Database in cPanel
VI. How To Change a MySQL Database User’s Password in cPanel
VII. How To Remove a User from a MySQL Database in cPanel
VIII. How To Delete a MySQL Database User in cPanel
IX. How To Check a MySQL Database for Errors in cPanel
X. How To Repair a MySQL Database in cPanel
XI. How To Manage a MySQL Database with phpMyAdmin in cPanel
This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel, and are starting on the home screen. Let’s learn how to remove a user from a database.
- Click the “MySQL Databases” icon.
- In the table of databases, locate the database you wish to remove a user from, locate the specific user assigned to that database that you want to remove and click the delete icon.
- Click “Revoke User Privileges from Database” to confirm.
- That’s it! The user has been removed from the database.
- The user hasn’t been deleted … you can see it’s still listed in the list of current users. It has simply been removed from that database.
II. DNF Examples: Install, Remove, Upgrade, and Downgrade
II. How to Remove (Delete) a User on CentOS 7
- These instructions are intended specifically for removing a user on CentOS 7.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.