Database Management

Loupp Offers 7 different database options when creating a new server.

  • MySQL (8.0)

  • MariaDB (10.6)

  • PostgreSQL (12)

  • PostgreSQL (13)

  • PostgreSQL (14)

  • PostgreSQL (15)

  • PostgreSQL (16)

While creating a server you are provided with the option of choosing a default database name, this can be edited in the database tab under the server dashboard. You can ignore this option and the name loupp would be used.

Loupp also create a user loupp and generates a random, secured password which would be provided to you at server Provision stage. These details will also be emailed to you.

Modifying Loupp Database Password

To reset Loupp database user passwords, utilize the password reset feature accessible through Loupp's database tab within the server dashboard.

Avoid altering the root or loupp database user passwords manually or outside of the Loupp dashboard. Such actions can disrupt Loupp's ability to connect to or administer your database.

  • Loupp user database user can't be deleted.

Certain database clients offer the option to connect to a database through a connection URL.

Loupp generates this connection URL automatically for you, which you can utilize to connect to your database. It's important to note that the password isn't embedded within this URL. Therefore, you'll need to input your password manually within your database client's graphical user interface (GUI).

Database Management

Creating Database

In Loupp, you can create a new database via the database tab located within the server dashboard. Providing a name for your new database is mandatory. The loupp user will gain automatic access to this newly created database.

Creating Database User

To create database users, navigate to the database tab on the server dashboard in Loupp. From there, you can input the desired username and password for the new user. Once created, this user will have access to the server's database automatically.

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