RunCloud uses MariaDB for your database. It is a drop-in replacement for MySQL. Please note that MariaDB == MySQL but MySQL != MariaDB. Every tool created for MySQL is also compatible with MariaDB.
Your database runs in
tcp mode rather than
sock so that you can open your firewall port to use your database remotely. By default, we closed your database port from the outside. You can enable it by adding firewall to port 3306/tcp inside the Security section.
To create database, navigate to database menu and then click create database. Here you will need to fill in the database name.
This will create a user for your database. Please note that this user won't be able to use any database that you have until you attach them to any of your database.
For the password, we recommend that you use our Password Generator instead of the password stored in your head. Recommended password length is more than 25 characters.
This will attach intended user to database. Once the user have been attached, the user will own the database. You can always revoke the user access from the database.
You may change the database password easily using RunCloud. Click on the change password and generate your database user password. The new password will be push to your server and will be taken care by the Agent.
To delete your database, click on the delete button and fill in the database name. Please make sure there is no Web Application using the database or you will face serious problem since deleting database will drop all your database data which cannot be recovered.