Follow the below steps to check the MYSQL user permission.
Step 1: Login to Cpanel.
Step 2: Click MYSQL Databases icon in the home page.
Step 3: In new page, under the title 'Current Databases', click the respective database in order to check user permission for it.
Step 4: In new page, the list of permissions that is 'Privilege' set for database is shown. If required, you can select/deselect the permissions which you need.
Step 5: Finally, click the Make Changes button if any modifications was done.
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