3 major issues with CPanel/MySQL/PHPMyAdmin

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bdraco

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try build 200
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also let me know if the default theme loads pages faster now
 

JeremyL

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OK the bug in the above screenshots seems to be fixed. I will keep an eye out to make sure.

As far as the last on where I get a blank screen in PHPMyAdmin when doing different things. Thats still there.
there\'s nothing to really take a screenshot of other then a blank screen in the right hand frame.

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When you are in the MySql, there are tables like WOMEN, BASKET, CATEGORY,
etc. Just try to go for example to WOMEN. Then choose SELECT. Then put some
number (which exist) - for example 201 to the field ID and click on GO. And
you will get the white screen. The same will happen, if you make any change
in any table there and then click on SAVE.
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The above is still true. One thing to add, at the end when you hit GO it take that page to this url http://www.domain.com:2082/3rdparty/phpMyAdminRR/tbl_select.php


That page looks completley blank. The source code shows

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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN\">
<HTML><HEAD>
<META http-equiv=Content-Type content=\"text/html; charset=windows-1252\"></HEAD>
<BODY></BODY></HTML>
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As far as loading faster I\'m not sure. I don\'t use the Default usually.
 

JeremyL

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The shell printouts are now saying

[email protected] [~]# Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
Connection Timeout at /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld line 771.
 

moronhead

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Those Connection Strings are only visible under some databases but not all of\'em. :)

Anyone knows why?
 

JeremyL

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[quote:8729e3fb5a][i:8729e3fb5a]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:8729e3fb5a]
Those Connection Strings are only visible under some databases but not all of\'em. :)

Anyone knows why? [/quote:8729e3fb5a]

what do you mean?
 
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bdraco

Guest
[quote:44cd224f33][i:44cd224f33]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:44cd224f33]
Those Connection Strings are only visible under some databases but not all of\'em. :)

Anyone knows why? [/quote:44cd224f33]

You have to actaully have users set and \"added\" to the db before they will appear
 
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bdraco

Guest
[quote:578737437f][i:578737437f]Originally posted by JeremyL[/i:578737437f]
OK the bug in the above screenshots seems to be fixed. I will keep an eye out to make sure.

As far as the last on where I get a blank screen in PHPMyAdmin when doing different things. Thats still there.
there\'s nothing to really take a screenshot of other then a blank screen in the right hand frame.

[/quote:578737437f]

That was really for future ref ...anyways try 201

[quote:578737437f]

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When you are in the MySql, there are tables like WOMEN, BASKET, CATEGORY,
etc. Just try to go for example to WOMEN. Then choose SELECT. Then put some
number (which exist) - for example 201 to the field ID and click on GO. And
you will get the white screen. The same will happen, if you make any change
in any table there and then click on SAVE.
-------------------------------

The above is still true. One thing to add, at the end when you hit GO it take that page to this url http://www.domain.com:2082/3rdparty/phpMyAdminRR/tbl_select.php


That page looks completley blank. The source code shows

-------------------
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN\">
<HTML><HEAD>
<META http-equiv=Content-Type content=\"text/html; charset=windows-1252\"></head>
<BODY></body></html>
-------------------

As far as loading faster I\'m not sure. I don\'t use the Default usually. [/quote:578737437f]
 

moronhead

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Say the user has 4 databases. The Connection String examples section (as in your screenshot) displays for 2 of the databases (just underneath the database names) but not the other 2.
 
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bdraco

Guest
[quote:7286f7485a][i:7286f7485a]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:7286f7485a]
Say the user has 4 databases. The Connection String examples section (as in your screenshot) displays for 2 of the databases (just underneath the database names) but not the other 2. [/quote:7286f7485a]

Can you post your own screenshot of this behavior ?
 

JeremyL

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build 201 seems to fix the last bug :)

I don\'t use PHPMyAdmin much but what the customers have told me it seems fixed. I\'ll let my clients who use it extensivley know to check it out and let me know if it is working completley.

Thanks for all the work :)
 

moronhead

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[quote:75987a3ebf][i:75987a3ebf]Originally posted by bdraco[/i:75987a3ebf]
[quote:75987a3ebf][i:75987a3ebf]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:75987a3ebf]
Those Connection Strings are only visible under some databases but not all of\'em. :)

Anyone knows why? [/quote:75987a3ebf]

You have to actaully have users set and \"added\" to the db before they will appear [/quote:75987a3ebf]

I can see the logic now. That\'s useful.

Any chance of changing the spelling of \'avalible\' once the blank screen bug is sorted out?
 

moronhead

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[quote:18286edc4e]
build 201 seems to fix the last bug
[/quote:18286edc4e]

That\'s very good news for all db users. Have the timeout messages gone away in your shell after the install of 201?

I have my mouse right over the cpanel update button but I\'ll wait \'till you confirm.
 

JeremyL

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The timeouts were at the comand line level as root. I haven\'t seen them again.
 

moronhead

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[quote:df470b9200][i:df470b9200]Originally posted by bdraco[/i:df470b9200]
Where is \'avalible\' spelled incorrectly exactly ? [/quote:df470b9200]
In the Connection Strings: \"JDBC (may not be avalible)\".
 
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bdraco

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[quote:8078afe714][i:8078afe714]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:8078afe714]
[quote:8078afe714]
build 201 seems to fix the last bug
[/quote:8078afe714]

That\'s very good news for all db users. Have the timeout messages gone away in your shell after the install of 201?

I have my mouse right over the cpanel update button but I\'ll wait \'till you confirm.
[/quote:8078afe714]

That timeout message just means the browser didn\'t send anything over the connection in 120 sec so it closed it down to keep lots of cpaneld from building up.
 

moronhead

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[quote:631c150ee5]That timeout message just means the browser didn\'t send anything over the connection in 120 sec so it closed it down to keep lots of cpaneld from building up.[/quote:631c150ee5]
OK, thanks.
 

moronhead

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Can confirm that phpMyAdmin is working superbly after install of build 201. Bugs have been ironed out.

Nick, when redirecting to the results page from a SELECT request, in between the two screens there\'s a message that says \"The Document has moved here\". This happens when connected by modem. Just to let you know in case you don\'t have that displaying on your system.
 

rpmws

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Nick,

You did a fine job of following this one to the end until it was fixed.. I want to personally thank you on the way you took care of this for us. Well done man!!