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plesk 10.3 database name problem

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by xzodwild, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. xzodwild

    xzodwild Guest

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    hello

    i have plesk 10.3 on ubuntu 10.04 LTS
    in mysql i have a database called "phpmyadmin". i had to restore all the system after a system install, now the database name have chanched ! its called "phpmyadmin_ewGFEJDdnekfdhgf"
    i do not like this name, i want to rename it to "phpmyadmin"

    what dependencies do i have to change before renaming the database ?

    thanks for helping
     
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  5. VyReN LLC

    VyReN LLC Guest

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    I don't think you want to. Do you understand what this database is used for?

    I guess you can, via the command line, run a MySQL query to change the database name and then change the phpMyAdmin config. But this may, and probably will, break Plesk's ability to use phpMyAdmin.

    http://wiki.phpmyadmin.net/pma/pmadb

    I guess I just don't understand why you would want to muck with the phpMyAdmin control database name, it will change again the next time phpMyAdmin is updated, if I understand it correctly. This database should never be facing the public, nothing but phpMyAdmin needs to access it.... I guess I'm missing the point.
     
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