Parallels H-Sphere Documentation System Administrator Guide

 

PhpMyAdmin

 
 

Related Docs:   MySQL Server PhpMyAdmin (User Guide)

Last modified: 27 Dec 2007

 

WARNING: This documentation covers Parallels H-Sphere versions up to 3.1. For the latest up-to-date Parallels H-Sphere documentation, please proceed to the official Parallels site.

PhpMyAdmin is a MySQL administration Web interface written in PHP. Starting with H-Sphere 2.5, it is installed with MySQL server as a hsphere-phpmyadmin-<version>-<build> package, where <version> is PhpMyAdmin version, and <build> is this package's build number.

In H-Sphere versions earlier than 2.5, PhpMyAdmin is installed as a tarball to a Web server whose logical server id is specified in the PHP_MY_ADMIN_HOST property in the ~cpanel/shiva/psoft_config/hsphere.properties file. Usually, it is the first Web server added to the system.

Location

PhpMyAdmin installation directory is /hsphere/shared/apache/htdocs/phpMyAdmin.

Updating PhpMyAdmin Manually

before HS 2.5

  1. Login as root to the box where phpMyAdmin is configured. (In the ~cpanel/shiva/psoft_config/hsphere.properties file, PHP_MY_ADMIN_HOST points to the identifier of the logical server where phpMyAdmin is configured. Usually, it is the first Web server added to the system.)
  2. Go to the directory /hsphere/shared/apache/htdocs/phpMyAdmin and back up the file config.inc.php. It has the required settings.
  3. Download the needed version of phpMyAdmin from www.phpmyadmin.net.
  4. Untar the file's content into the phpMyAdmindirectory in the Apache DocumentRoot, e.g. /hsphere/shared/apache/htdocs/phpMyAdmin. Before you continue the installation, please carefully read the documentation supplied with phpMyAdmin installation package, including the Documentation.txt file.
  5. Open config.inc.php in the phpMyAdmin directory. This file contains phpMyAdmin settings. Change $cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'], $cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] and $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] to the values you have in the file you have backed up. The username and password are also available in the ~mysql/.my.cnf file.

Related Docs:   MySQL Server PhpMyAdmin (User Guide)



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