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phpMyAdmin doesn't work

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by erik@delphi, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. erik@delphi

    erik@delphi Well-Known Member

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    hi people,

    When i login to my /cpanel and start phpMyAdmin i get

    the solutions mentioned here in other threads with similar problems (deleting the sessionid ) does not resolve the problem and yeah the permissions on my /tmp are correct ! now what ?
     
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    erik@delphi Well-Known Member

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    Is your tmp dir full?
     
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    erik@delphi Well-Known Member

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    hi,

    No ....

    it works in whm but it doersn't in /cpanel
     
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    change tmp folder chmod 0777
     
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    cPanelNick Administrator
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    1777 not 0777
     
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    the same problem there
     
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    i have the same problem...start with the upgrade to the cpanel11

    any other idea/solution?:(
     
  9. cPanelKenneth

    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    This error can arise if one logs into PHPMyAdmin, as root, from WHM, then in the same browser, but different tab, log into PHPMyAdmin from cPanel. The 'unique' information used to create the server side session appears to be tied to the browser session as a whole, regardless of the tab currently used. Thus with the describe scenario, the session file is created in /tmp with root ownership. The next request to PHPMyAdmin, from the cPanel side, tries to create the same session file, but with cpanel ownership. This attempt fails.

    To resolve, remove the session file(s) from /tmp

    Code:
    rm -f /tmp/sess_6497ef38b205c5f8fcc649cec9add039
    
     
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    gtgeorge Well-Known Member

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    What about on a SuPHP install?
     
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    have you tried,

    /scripts/securetmp ?
     
  12. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    As phpMyAdmin runs on cpservd rather than Apache, it is not subject to SuPHP.
     
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