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Getting problem in creating mysql database.

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Thirupathi, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Thirupathi

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    Hi,
    I am thirupathi, i own a domain name and hosting in Linux version, i registered it few days back, and i want to develop my site by using WordPress,

    Issue is below,
    when i was creating data base in MySQL i was getting an error That is "There was a problem creating the database Sorry, you have exceeded the maximum allowed databases.

    Please any one could let me know what is the problem.
     
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    On the left side of the main page of your cPanel, it should show you how many Databases you have and how many are available. If you've used them all up, you'd have to remove one from the MySQL Databases section to be able to create another. If you have none allowed, you'd need to speak with your Hosting Provider. They control how many Databases you can have.
     
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    Thank you for your kind answer i don't have any previous data base.......

    so what was the issue........
     
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    How many does it say you should be able to create? On the left side of cPanel as mentioned?
     
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    Hi, i have a domain and hosting in linux version, i have created webmaster@domainname.com, The problem is when i am trying to login to my account in gmail, i am unable to login, could any one answer me why this is happening.
     
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    I'm not sure that your question is clear enough for anyone to help you with.
     
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    It is better if you contact to your host and ask them to increase the database limit that you can add to your account.
     
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    Hi, i am thirupathi,

    I am working on telugumovieszone.com from today morning when i tried to access. servery reply me like this A username and password are being requested by /http://telugumovieszone.com. The site says: "telugumovieszone.com".

    Could any help me what is this problem.

    Thank you
    thirupathi
     
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    Sounds like the page you're trying to access is password protected.
     
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