Last updated April 1, 2015. Created on May 15, 2013.
Edited by cptlonestar, nikhil.chavan1388. Log in to edit this page.

- Now you are at one of the most important step of Drupal installation.

- Do you remember, I told you to note down database name which we created in Step 7?

- On this page you will see 4 (four) different fields related to database. Lets go through them one by one:

    1. Database Type: Select first option i.e. MySQL, MariaDB or equivalent
    2. Database Name: In this example it's 'dbpractice'.
    3. Database Username: I mentioned 'root' because mostly MySQL database accepts this username. It also signifies that you are the root user of this database. Also quite easy to remember (Isn't it?).
    4. Database Password: Not a mandatory field so you can leave it blank if you want. But if you mention any password in this field then keep a record of it because if you forget this password then you cannot access your database.

- Click on 'Save and Continue' button.

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Comments

earcem’s picture

For those who get an error message after pressing "Save and continue" on this step, here is a hint:
Edit ...\sites\default\settings.php and add this line at the end: ini_set('max_execution_time', 100);
I had to redo all process again from step 1, but adding this line when creating settings.php file but It finally worked.
Hope it helps!

nikhil.chavan1388’s picture

Thank you for your valuable suggestion. Hope it will help other users as well.
You are always welcome to provide useful inputs on this tutorial.

Cheers,
Nikhil Pramod Chavan

drupalmanda’s picture

I added the line ini_set('max_execution_time', 100); as stated above and still got the error message. It wasn't until I set a password for root that it worked.