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PhpMyAdmin problems

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by michaellunsford, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. michaellunsford

    michaellunsford Regular Pleskian

    Jul 25, 2005
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    Since upgrading to 10.3 I've noticed that the AJAX functionality of PhpMyAdmin doesn't always work. It's intermittant -- so it works for a while then gets weird. The telltale sign is when that yellow 'searching' bar comes up then just goes away with no results (meaning the page doesn't change). That happens either when I use the built-in search tab, or when I manually write a mysql query. Click the "go" button, yellow "searching" or "loading" -- then it goes away but the page isn't updated. Odd, though, when I click the "browse" tab, that page loads with content.

    When updating records in phpmyadmin, I also don't get the usual green '## rows affected' when the query has completed. The query does the job, though, because I can browse and see the changes. When running the "UPDATE" query, though, it just displays the yellow "loading" message -- then nothing.

    Oddly enough, I can temporarily fix this problem by completely quitting the browser and logging back into plesk again. Run though some queries until it does it again -- rinse, & repeat.