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You have reached the maximum of allowed MySQL databases

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BurcuKanat
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2012-05-14 3:18 pm EST

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I cannot install WordPress from Fantastico, it gives the below error, but I just bought this domain so it can't be reached the limit. What is the solution? Could you please fix it?

"You have reached the maximum of allowed MySQL databases. Fantastico can not proceed with installations until you upgrade your account or reduce the number of used databases (for example by uninstalling a script)."

Thank you

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cPanel problem: You are currently using the maximum number of MySQL databases
siddqui
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2015-08-19 09:19 am EST
cPanel problem: You are currently using the maximum number of MySQL databases please what is this and how to resolv it
siddqui
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2015-08-19 09:19 am EST

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BradM
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5,399 Points
2012-05-14 3:25 pm EST
Hi BurcuKanat,

WordPress (and most other applications) require a MySQL database.

After reviewing your account, it appears you have the Starter Plan, which does not include any databases. In order to install WordPress, you will need to upgrade your account to the Basic Plan, which is the lowest plan that offers a MySQL database. If you'd like more information on how to upgrade your account, please see:

How to Upgrade or Downgrade your Hosting Plan

I hope this helps! If you have any follow up questions, feel free to post a comment at the bottom of this page.

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Arn
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26,137 Points
2015-08-19 1:22 pm EST
Hello BurcuKanat,

The maximum number of MySQL databases is stated when you purchased the hosting plan. The only way to change that is to upgrade your hosting plan. If you are on a specific hosting plan and you are within your limit, but you're getting this error, please reach out to our live technical support team to have it corrected.

If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.

Regards,
Arnel C.

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