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Current Version of cPanel > phpMyAdmin

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Unknown2k, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. Unknown2k

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    What is the current version of cPanel? I am running 54.0.8

    The reason I ask, is the version I am on, 54.8.8 uses the cPanel password as my MySQL/phpMyAdmin password. If the two passwords differ, It attempts to re-direct, fails and drops me to a login for phpMyAdmin..

    I thought I read somewhere, that the newer version of cPanel doesn't do a re-direct with the same cPanel ,password, rather you get to a login screen where you can enter a different MySQL password.

    Is this true?

    The core issue I am having, in case it wasn't clear. Changing my cPanel password breaks my access to phpMyAdmin. The passwords aren't syncing.
     
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    Thanks for the reply.
    Flushing privileges did not help. When I attempt to change my password in cPanel user preferences, in that window it shows the process, essentially what it updated. I only see FTP, no mention of MySQL. I'm 54.8.8 is cPanel suppose to update the MySQL password when I changed the cPanel user password?

    Note, my database server isn't on the same server as cPanel. It is a remote DB server.
     
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    Ensure you update your version of cPanel to 54.0.21, as it's the version of 54 that's published to all build tiers using it. You can do this with a command such as:

    Code:
    /scripts/upcp
    Here's what I see when changing the user password through the cPanel interface:

    Code:
     Password changed for user “cptest01”.
    
    You updated the following services, if any:
    
        system
        ftp
        mail
        MySQL
        postgresql
    Is your account assigned the "Paper Lantern" theme for cPanel?

    Thank you.
     
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