How to Delete a Database in cPanel
Sometimes, you may want to remove a third party piece of software that requires a database. It’s best practice to keep your account free of unused items such as databases. Removing a database is relatively simple using cPanel. In this guide we will show you how to delete a database from your cPanel.
Deleting a Database:
- Log into cPanel
- Find the icon “MySQL Databases” and click on it
- Find the database you want to delete in the list of “Current Databases” and click “Delete Database”
- On the next screen, you’ll be prompted to confirm the deletion of the selected database. Make sure you are deleting the correct database and click “Delete Database”
Congratulations, now you know how to remove a database from your cPanel! If you need further assistance please feel free to ask a question in our support center.
2014-12-22 9:36 am
Thanks, after work of 20 hard minutes, I fund that How to remove database in CPAnel ?
In cPanel --> Mysql Wizards --> Remove Database
2014-12-22 10:35 am
I'm not sure what you're asking the MySQL Database Wizard is only used to CREATE databases. If you want to delete databases, then as per the documentation above, go into MySQL databases and click on DELETE if you are trying to remove the database.
If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.
2014-10-02 9:47 am
After deleting the database as instructed by you above database name is still showing under phpMyAdmin. Please help me to delete it from phpMyAdmin also.
2014-10-02 9:51 am
This is highly uncommon. Could you provide me with the primary domain on your account and the name of the database that you are referring to?