The cpanel config file cannot be modified by users on a shared server, and the cpanel username is part of the database prefix, for example:
You can however, create separate cPanel accounts on a reseller account (VPS
or Dedicated Server
), and each cpanel can have a different username and database prefix to match.
Also, with a VPS or Dedicated server with Root access
, or MySQL Root
access, you have the ability to change the database prefix, or created databases. You can request MySQL root by sending an email request to live support at: email@example.com
, be sure to include either your current Amp password, or the last 4 digits of the current credit card that we have on file for verification.
If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.