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Plesk database via PhpMyadmin?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by inCharge.co.uk, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. inCharge.co.uk

    inCharge.co.uk Guest


    I can't access the Plesk system database (which is in MySql on port 8306) via Plesks's phpMyAdmin, but I can access it via the command-line.

    In the control panel, when I go to Server/Databases/MySql I see:

    "(Name for the server cannot be changed: There is at least one database on the server)"

    and sure enough, the server and port edit boxes are disabled.

    I have recently upgraded from Plesk 7.5.1. I remember once creating a client database in 7.5.1 and it had this effect. I notice that 7.6 creates a client database for Horde, so I guess its the same problem.

    Why can't I access the system database just because there's a client database? I don't get it. Or maybe there's some other reason.

    How do I access the Plesk database via phpMyAdmin?

  2. inCharge.co.uk

    inCharge.co.uk Guest

    >> Why can't I access the system database
    Access to the system database via Plesk's phpMyAdmin has been disabled in 7.6.

    >> How do I access the Plesk database via phpMyAdmin?
    Install another copy of phpMyAdmin outside Plesk.