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Sorry, you have exceeded the maximum allowed databases.

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by chosting, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. chosting

    chosting Registered

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    I am having problems setting up a database on a cPanel account.

    The account has available databases of 9999999 (it was unlimited but I changed it to a number following some recommendations in other forums) and there are currently zero databases on the account.

    Using MySQL databases, the error that comes up is:
    "There was a problem creating the database."
    Then clicking on more information, it says:
    "Sorry, you have exceeded the maximum allowed databases."

    I'm really at a loss here... Any ideas? :)
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Who owns the account with the package that has 9999999 set as the number of allowed databases? Root or a reseller account? If reseller, are limits imposed on him via Reseller Center?
     
  3. chosting

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    Hi infopro

    It is a reseller's account, but the reseller package is set to unlimited databases and his other resource allocations are also nearly zero.
     

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