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Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by markvegas, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. markvegas

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    Hi

    Just migrated to MariaDB, really impressed with it, much faster feel compared to mysql5.6

    the only nagging issue is phpmyadmin in the version supplied with whm does not fully support mariadb 10, it gives wrong advice, version number etc.

    any chance there is a phpmyadmin update to latest version coming in next whm update?

    thanks
     
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    Hello :)

    Could you elaborate on what in particular is not working with phpMyAdmin after upgrading to MariaDB?

    Thank you.
     
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    hi

    Sure, phpmyadmin does not appear to recognise mariadb it assumes i have mysql 5.1 and is warning me to upgrade to 5.6 within advisor, also the advisor is offering advice but I am now unsure if this advice is applicable to mariadb due to it not appearing to recognise mariadb

    thanks
     
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    hi

    sure here it is, thanks

    phpmyadmin-screen.jpg
     
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    hi

    via whm

    thanks
     
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    hi

    not sure what you mean by your question

    the problem is the phpmyadmin supplied with (whm 11.52 build 22) is version 4.0.10.7 which is does not appear to recognise mariadb 10.0, phpmyadmin is quite out of date given latest version is latest stable version: 4.5.1

    if your question refers to how did i access phpmyadmin it was via whm>SQL services > phpmyadmin

    thanks
     
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    Where are you accessing that tool that you posted a screenshot of? AFAIK, there is no MySQL Tuner recommendations in WHM.
     
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    Hi

    yes I know there is no tuner reccomendations

    whm > phpmyadmin > status>advisor
     
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    thanks

    when can we expect the phpmyadmin to be updated within WHM, this fix was made in January 2014, we are nearly in 2016 , I feel whm should not have sections this far out of date , WHM being this far out of date on certain components does not make us feel confident

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    thanks, although its not really a feature request to want software i pay for each month to be up to date and suitable for the purpose it is advertised for

    sorry but this is annoying and plesk is starting to look appealing
     
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    yeh read it, doesn't really explain it when you offer newer versions of php and sql yet use a 2 year old phpmyadmin lacking numerous fixes and required updates.

    this basically is putting whm 2 years out of date compared with competitors

    Wow people change their cars more frequently lol

    you may as well close post as we are at a deadlock and i will advise our company to consider moving to a more up to date panel and take our business away, 2 years is far too long in this modern fast evolving world.
     
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