How to Create a MySQL Database Through ISPmanager
Log in to ISPmanager and go to "Tools" -> "Databases", and click "Create" button.
Fill in the fields; keep in mind that the password should be complex. Use upper and lower case letters, numbers and special characters.
Click "OK" and verify that the database has been created and is now listed.
No "Databases" Section in ISPmanager
If "Tools" has no "Databases" section, perform a manual update on the database server. Do this by entering the ISPmanager and going to “Settings” -> “Database Servers”; double-click to open the MySQL server. Do not make any changes. Close the server editing window and refresh the ISPmanager control panel.
Verify that the “Databases” section has now appeared in “Tools.”
If the problems persists, check whether or not the MySQL server is set and running.
Go to "Settings" -> "Database Servers.” If there are no database servers in the list, click "Install MySQL Server" on the toolbar.
Following installation, create a database server by clicking "Add" in the active window.
Fill in the form fields and click "OK". The server created will appear in the list of database servers.
Refresh the ISPmanager control panel and make sure that the "Databases" section has appeared in "Tools."
If the problem still persists, connect to the server via the console and restart the MySQL using the following command:
/etc/init.d/mysql restart - ОС Ubuntu/Debian/Centos 6 systemctl restart mariadb - ОС Centos 7