How to create a database in Database Server using Plesk on Linux

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Adding MySQL database in Database Server using Plesk on Linux
Creating a database in Database Server using Plesk on Linux

What is Plesk?

Plesk is used for the web hosting platform. It started as the SWSoft and latterly it was renamed as the Parallels. In 2015 is rebranded as the service provider unit Odin. The operating systems supporting Plesk include Fedora, Red Hat, Debian, FreeBSD, SuSE, CentOS, Ubuntu, and Windows.
Plesk Control panel allows to

1. Administrating the Servers
2. Create the new Website account
3. Reseller Accounts
4. Database MySQL and MSSQL
5. Email Account
6. FTP Account
7. DNS Entries.
8. Firewall Applications and etc.,

We can install the Plesk on several Operating Systems

1. Debian
2. Ubuntu
3. CentOs
4. Red Hat Linux
5. CloudLinux
6. Windows Server Operating Systems

It can supports add-ons now it is named as the Plesk Extensions.
Docker Support, Git Support, Plesk Security Advisor, CloudFlare Support, Multi-Server Extensions, AntiVirus Support,
You can check other Plesk support extensions in the link: https://www.plesk.com/extensions/ and https://ext.plesk.com

Databases:

In Plesk, we can create the database to store and retrieve the data for future. There is no restriction to create the database on the server. The restriction and privileges are able to add by the administrator, reseller, and customer to access the database.
Check the code for creating the database in Plesk on Linux

To create the database name “jdoe-gallery” for the domain example.com on the local MySQL server:

plesk bin database --create jdoe -gallery -domain example.com -type mysql
or
plesk bin database -c jdoe -gallery -domain example.com -type mysql

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