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How To Remove a User from MySQL Database in cPanel?

MySQL is a fast, easy-to-use RDBMS being used for many small and big businesses. MySQL is developed, marketed and supported by MySQL AB, which is a Swedish company. It is reliable, scalable, and fast. It is an open source RDBMS based on SQL language. To remove a user from MySQL database, follow the below steps

Step 1: Login to cPanel
Step 2: Select the option ‘MySQL Databases’ under the section Databases
Step 3: Go to current database section, select the database username which is needed to be removed
Step 4: To remove the user, click the delete symbol near the username
Step 5: A confirmation message will be displayed and click the option “Revoke User privileges from Database”
Step 6: To check the removal of the user, click the option “Go back” and now the username will be removed successfully from the database

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