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Phpmyadmin and root

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Suggestions and Feedback' started by Luisgzafra, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. Luisgzafra

    Luisgzafra Guest

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    Hello, i need to use the root user in my phpmyadmin, ¿How can i make it?

    ¿How can i access to the phpmyadmin like in localhost, {domain}/phpmyadmin?

    The server is dedicated, it can do all.

    Tanks!
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 18, 2012
  2. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    in Plesk you can use the admin user as root for mysql. Go via tools&settings -> Database servers -> icon at end of line of the correct database server and you will have full access via phpmyadmin
     
  3. Luisgzafra

    Luisgzafra Guest

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    Access to phpmyadmin

    And how i can access to phpmyadmin without plesk?

    Already I have the user created :D

    Tanks!
     
  4. EdwardDekker

    EdwardDekker Guest

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    Add your mysql administration page into a sub domain or normal folder of your website.
    Like sqladmin.domain.com, and install PHPmyAdmin.

    Use your Plesk admin password to login and/or add a new login into your PHPmyAdmin installation.
     
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