FAQ

Answer

We provide MySQL hosting on our servers for free for you to use.

Answer

Yes.

Answer

The only thing we ask is that you keep your database under 100MB, and you write to it at least once every 30 days. We also may limit the amount of connections allowed per database to ensure there is enough available connections for everyone else. Also, if you don't use your database within 10 days of initial creation, or it is empty, it will be assumed to not be required and it will be deleted.

Answer

If your database goes over 100MB we will prevent your permissions to write to it. Just simply delete some stuff from it to bring it under the limit and you'll be able to use it normally again. If the size does not reduce within 5 days of being restricted it will be deleted.

Answer

In order to free up server space for new accounts we will delete any unactive accounts that haven't been used for over 30 days. You must update or insert data in your database at least once ever 30 days to remain active. Only selecting data will not prevent your MySQL account being deleted.

Answer

Server name: remotemysql.com
Port: 3306

We recommend for you to use the url address instead of an IP address as this will ensure maximum uptime of your database.

Answer

Of course. Log in to your dashboard and change it from there.

Answer

Not at the moment.

Answer

Sure. We don't limit you to one, you can have up to 3. Just go to the sign up page and enter your email address again and get another login.

Answer

Contact us with questions at contact@remotemysql.com.

Answer

You can find them here..

Answer

The permissions you have on your database are SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, DROP, REFERENCES, INDEX, ALTER. Others will come in the future, but not at the moment. These can all be viewed on your dashboard.