Mysql create database privileges

in user management what permission do i need to enable for the sub-user to create databases in their own sub-domain?

AFAIK you go to Users -> Account Privileges and grant both Databases and Hosting Plans privileges in order to let another person add a database using the DreamHost Web Panel.

There is no other way.

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As Atropos said, there’s no other way, and this “workaround” is pretty undesirable since it gives the user access to much of your panel. Account Privs work well for most everything else. I don’t know why the database aspect is so restricted.

I generally recommend that you create several “blank” databases for your users for future use, like DB: USER_db1, USER_db2, etc., with db users of db1_USER, db2_USER, etc. Put them under the user’s main domain as, since that part really doesn’t matter (they all point to the same server anyhow).