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Error during auto-login on phpmyadmin

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gildas, Apr 6, 2018.

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  1. gildas

    gildas Active Member

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    Hello,

    We have no moment of Mysql errors when accessing phpmyadmin via CPANEL, this error is as follows:

    Warning in ./libraries/plugins/auth/AuthenticationCpanel.php#629
    mysqli_connect(): (28000/1045): Access denied for user USER @ localhost (using password: YES)

    Backtrace

    ./libraries/plugins/auth/AuthenticationCpanel.php#629: mysqli_connect(
    string ********,
    string ********,
    string ********,
    string ********,
    string ********,
    )
    ./libraries/plugins/auth/AuthenticationCpanel.php#389: PMA libraries plugins auth AuthenticationCpanel::cp_mysql_auth_check(
    string ******** ,
    string ******** ,
    )
    ./libraries/common.inc.php#694: PMA libraries plugins auth AuthenticationCpanel- authCheck()
    ./index.php#20: require_once(./libraries/common.inc.php)

    If we reload our page, this error is no longer present.
    Do you know where it can come from and how to solve it?

    Best regards
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello,

    It's possible the cPanel and MySQL password for that account is out of sync. You can try resetting the cPanel password to see if that solves the issue:

    "WHM >> Password Modification"

    Otherwise, check to see if a /home/$username/.my.cnf file exists under this account. If so, remove it, or update the password in this file to match the cPanel account password (or vice-versa).

    Thank you.
     
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