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The database becomes a ghost!

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Luiz Araujo, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. Luiz Araujo

    Luiz Araujo Registered

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    Hi,

    I have a Cpanel (11.11.0-RELEASE 16983 Version) installed in my server.

    I know the database still there because the pages (php) can show the fields from each table, but when I try to manage the database, the MySQL doesn't show any database in the Cpanel.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks and sorry my english,

    []s,

    Luiz Araujo
     
  2. madaboutlinux

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    Check the permission/ownership of Mysql database.

    Permission should be 700 and ownership mysql.mysql
     
  3. Luiz Araujo

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    Hi Shekhar,

    Thanks for reply.
    The problem was that (I don't know how), the features from that package (default) was changed.
    I fixed the problem changing the account to the right package (basic).
    It's possible that this was happened because the automatic cpanel updates?

    Regards,


    Luiz
     
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    Haven't heard such an issue before. May be the previous package was having zero databases assigned and the reason why you were unable to view it in cPanel.

    Not sure if the updates did it.
     
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