Creates a database for a virtual server

This command creates a new MySQL or PostgreSQL database, and associates it with an existing virtual server. You must supply the --domain parameter to specify the server, --name to set the database name, and --type followed by either mysql, postgres or some plugin database type. It would typically be run something like : --domain --name foo_phpbb --type mysql

Some database types support additional creation-time options, specified using the --opt flag. At the time of writing, those available for MySQL are :

--opt charset name - Sets the character set (like latin2 or euc-jp) for the new database.

And for PostgreSQL, the options are :

--opt encoding name - Sets the text encoding (like LATIN2 or EUC_JP) for the new database.

Command Line Help

virtualmin create-database --domain
                           --name database-name
                           --type mysql|postgres
                           [--opt "name value"]*