How to increase the timeout limit of a login session in phpMyAdmin

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    Jennifer Arsenault

    Apparently, this setting was removed from the phpMyAdmin interface in version 4.8.0 as per GitHub issue #15001. Any chance this will be added to the Plesk GUI at some point?

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    Jennifer Arsenault

    There is a large ASCII image at the top of config.default.php that says: NO!! DO NOT EDIT!!

    It says to edit config.inc.php instead. I found the following info in the phpMyAdmin docs.

    Quote from Configuration Section

    "All configurable data is placed in config.inc.php in phpMyAdmin’s toplevel directory. If this file does not exist, please refer to the Installation section to create one. This file only needs to contain the parameters you want to change from their corresponding default value in libraries/config.default.php (this file is not intended for changes)."

    Quote from Installation Section

    "To manually create the file, simply use your text editor to create the file config.inc.php (you can copy config.sample.inc.php to get a minimal configuration file) in the main (top-level) phpMyAdmin directory (the one that contains index.php). phpMyAdmin first loads libraries/config.default.php and then overrides those values with anything found in config.inc.php. If the default value is okay for a particular setting, there is no need to include it in config.inc.php."

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @Jennifer Arsenault

    You are right, the mentioned setting was removed from the phpMyAdmin interface. Since it is a phpMyAdmin setting, it will not be added to Plesk interface.

    As for the config.inc.php, I have edited the article accordingly. Thank you for noticing!

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