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Add support for phpMyAdmin v2.11.9.5?

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Suggestions and Feedback' started by Noah Kaufman, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Noah Kaufman

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    Our servers are currently running the "latest & greatest" per the update functionality on our PLESK hosting panels, but it seems that phpMyAdmin v2.8.2.4 is a little out of date.

    Any chance of getting the current version - phpMyAdmin v2.11.9.5 added as an (automatic) update to PLESK 9.2?
     
  2. mk.keck

    mk.keck New Pleskian

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    I've tried to copy the newer phpMyAdmin v2.11.9.5 into the original directory of psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases.
    After this no phpMyAdmin is working (blank page).
    Please can anybody out there tell me, how to upgrade to a newer version?

    Dear plesk developer:
    It isn't really good, that peoples must wait or search for solutions to fix your forgotten or not supported quite silly things. Please note, v2.8.x is never supported by phpMyAdmin-Devel Team and it has less security and fixes as newer ones. So we need an upgrade!
    Your software is'nt really cheap, so why don't you answer on many questions about newer phpMyAdmin? Or better: write down a faq, so people can update and do your job.

    Regards
    Michael
     
  3. thewolf

    thewolf Regular Pleskian

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    I second this.
     
  4. tupeu

    tupeu Basic Pleskian

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    I also vote for this update !
    Some things just need to be implemented because they bring new features and are stable !
     
  5. Omniflux

    Omniflux New Pleskian

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    phpMyAdmin 3.2.1

    Edit: Verified patch is also valid for 3.2.2.

    Here are instructions for installing phpMyAdmin 3.2.1.

    I did this on a server running Debian Lenny. Other distributions may require minor modifications.

    Attempt at your own risk, etc.

    Please let me know if you find that I have missed anything.


    Download phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages and the attached patch

    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ ls -l
    -rw-r--r--  1 omniflux omniflux    6765 2009-08-18 14:14 phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages-plesk.diff
    -rw-r--r--  1 omniflux omniflux 2739999 2009-08-09 15:27 phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages.tar.bz2
    
    Extract the archive to a temporary location
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ tar -xjf phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages.tar.bz2
    
    Remove the setup directory
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ rm -rf phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages/setup
    
    Apply the patch
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ patch -p1 -d phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages < phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages-plesk.diff
    
    Copy the values for the following variables from /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin/libraries/config.default.php to phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages/libraries/config.default.php


    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['controluser']
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['controlpass']
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['pmadb']


    Move /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin to a safe location in case you need to roll back
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ sudo mv /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin.plesk
    
    Copy phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages into its place
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ sudo cp -a phpMyAdmin-3.2.1-all-languages /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin
    
    Change ownership of the new files to root
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ sudo chown -R root:root /opt/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin
    
    Restart psa
    Code:
    omniflux@hosting:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/psa restart
    
    Login to the Plesk Control Panel and test it.

    --
    Omni Flux
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Sep 25, 2009
  6. 00quick00

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    Thanks Omniflux! :D

    For CentOS users, the PhpMyAdmin directory is in /usr/local/psa/admin/htdocs/domains/databases/
     
  7. mk.keck

    mk.keck New Pleskian

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    And what's with phpMyAdmin 2.11.9.5?
    Because I've a modified Version, that I want to use.
     
  8. TobiasF

    TobiasF New Pleskian

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    Hi Omniflux, thanks for this great instruction!
    But unfortunately it isn't working on my server...
    I'm using Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (64-Bit) with Plesk 9.2.2 and Apache/httpd: 2.2.8, php: 5.2.4, MySQL: 5.0.51.
    Old phpMyAdmin Installation was 2.8.2.4

    I tried to install phpMyAdmin 3.2.2
    After restarting the psa-server as you told I only get a white page...
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks, toby
     
  9. Omniflux

    Omniflux New Pleskian

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    It sounds like the control panel Apache instance did not get restarted. Try restarting it with the instructions at http://kb.odin.com/en/118 instead.

    Also, check to make sure the permissions on the files are 644 (rw-r--r--) and the directories are 755 (rwx-r-xr-x).

    --
    Omni Flux
     
  10. TobiasF

    TobiasF New Pleskian

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    thanks for your reply. I followed your advise, but it didn't worked nevertheless...
    Blank page, as before...

    if I switch back to the old phpMyAdmin-installation I don't even need to restart the apache2 oder psa-service... Just need to refresh the webpage and it works...

    for the new 3.2.2, is there really no installation required?

    -- toby
     
  11. MaxL

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    Have any of you tried to upgrade to phpMyAdmin 3.2.5 on a CentOS Plesk box? I get the dreaded blank page when I try it.
     
  12. Trader

    Trader Guest

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    Just did this with phpMyAdmin 3.3.2 on a CentOS with Plesk 9.5.1 box and this patch still works. Thanks OmniFlux!
     
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