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Change a MySQL Users Password

This article will explain how to change or reset the password for a MySQL user.

Access MySQL Databases

  1. Log in to your Bluehost Account Manager.
  2. Click the Hosting tab from the side navigation menu to the left.
  3. Under Quick Links, click on cPanel.
  4. Under the Databases category, select the MySQL Databases.

Using the MySQL Databases Page to Change the Password

  1. On the MySQL Databases page, scroll down to the current user's section.

    Tip: You may also locate the MySQL Users section by clicking "Jump to MySQL Users."

  2. In the list of users, find the user you wish to reset the password for.
  3. Click the Change Password link next to that user.
    On the next page, enter the password you would like the user to have.
  4. Click the Change Password button, and the new password will be applied.

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