Deleting Tables from a Database with PhpMyAdmin

July 21, 2020 Liquid Web

Managing databases and tables from within PhpMyAdmin is straightforward. However, the potential for removing data accidentally can be done just as easily. It is highly recommended that a recent backup is available before removing any data just in case any needed data was deleted accidentally. Also, browsing through the data to confirm it is what should be removed and is not being used by anything in a live environment is advisable. 

In this video, we describe how to delete a table from a database in PhpMyAdmin.

Commands used:
No CLI commands were used in this video as we are operating in the PhpMyAdmin GUI.

Video by: Alex Gorzen

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