Discussion in 'General' started by ASTRAPI, Feb 7, 2010.
Can i use Litespeed without cpanel?
yes, it's like "can use Apache without cPanel?" -- of course
Ok so i can install in my server Centos 64bit the litespeed and i am done?
Does litespeed install mysql to upload my database?
Is there any tool to handle mysql like create a database a user for it and so on so i can import from ssh my database?
litespeed is independent product from mysql. it won't install mysql.
for MySQL installation on centOS 64bit:
1.install MySQL server:
yum install mysql-server.x86_64
2.install MySQL client:
yum install mysql.x86_64
3.run MySQL client to import your database from ssh. something like:
mysql -u #username# -p #database# < #dump_file#
MySQL support is out of our scope, above steps just for your reference.
At the installation i will be ask for creating a user or a database?
during mysql installation, it won't ask you creating a user or database.
you create a user or database by run MySQL client. i.e.,
upon installation, you already have a user "root" and no password. the mysql installation will prompt you to create a password for "root" user.
It's time you read mysql client document and get what you concern.
here's the official link:
also you can install phpmyadmin for database managment.
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