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phpMyAdmin problem in cpanel

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by mangel_ajo, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. mangel_ajo

    mangel_ajo Registered

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    I have created the first account for a client, and when accessing phpMyAdmin from his account I have two problems (still don't know if they are related):

    1) It always says ""Cookies must be enabled past this point."" on top of every page.

    2) When I try to make Import/Export or many other functions, I get this error:

    import.php: Missing parameter: import_type (FAQ 2.8)
    import.php: Missing parameter: format (FAQ 2.8)



    I checked every point in the FAQ, but got no solution.

    Any hint?

    Thanks in advance,
    Miguel Ángel.
     
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    same issue

    we are seeing this issue with a client, but are unable to re-produce it ourselves. Has anyone else seen this? should we try an /scripts/upcp
     
  3. logicsupport

    logicsupport Well-Known Member

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    Try the following fix and also confirm /tmp is not full

    1) cd /tmp

    rm -f sess_*

    2) /scripts/upcp --force
     
  4. mangel_ajo

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    In my case, the problem got solved changing the client machine, it only happened from a client machine.

    We suspect that it was some kind of firewall/trojan/virus doing something strange with cookies.
     
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    linux7802 Well-Known Member

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    It seems to be your clients local machine browser settings problem .....you need to check whether or not your browser is configured to accept cookies or not?
     
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