Some web hosting will limit the amount of MySQL database that can create in one account. If you need more MySQL databases, probably you may want to upgrade your web hosting account. In this post, we will show you that how can you clear a MySQL database using cPanel.
How To Clear A MySQL Database?
First of all, log in to cPanel.
Go to PhpMyAdmin.
You need to select the database. Make sure that you have chosen the right one.
On the next screen, you can see all the tables there. Simply select them all and from the drop-down menu, choose an option called drop.
Simply run it.
Now, you can see that all the tables are gone. Your database is fresh now.
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