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How to access phpMyAdmin shipped in Plesk without login to Plesk URL itself?

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    Peter Ramser

    With Firefox the following link may also help:

    https://<Plesk-server-host-name-or-IP>/domains/databases/phpMyAdmin/index.php?db=databasename

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    Denis Bykov

    @Peter

    I order to use this link it is required to log in to Plesk as 'admin' user first.

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    Leon

    How to custom the phpmyadmin url port?

    Can I specify the phpmyadmin port to 80?

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    Daria Gavrilova

    Hello @Leon,

    Thank you for your question.

    Currently there is no possibility to customize the port for PHPMyAdmin.


    As the feature that you have reported is yet to be implemented in Plesk, I suggest you to take part in our product improvement by referring to the following link: Customize port for PHPMyAdmin

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    Melvin Seddig

    Hey is it possible to get it work that all of the domains in plesk can have this /phpmyadmin serverAlias? 

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    Daria Gavrilova

    Hello @Melvin Seddig,

    Thank you for you question.

    Currently it is possible to access phpMyAdmin using Plesk server hostname or IP address only.

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    Shipon Karmakar

    Can you tell me if i enable this option may i face any security problem?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Shipon Karmakar

    This won't bring any security issues, feel free to use this instruction.

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    JuJue Holistic Wellness

    Couple of things.

    To access with plesk.yourdomain.com:8443/phpmyadmin you need to create an A record otherwise you get DNS errors

    Omit plesk. and replace yourdomain with server IP, finally got me the phpMyAdming login page showiing and I could login.

    However,

    Is there a possibility to access phpMyAdmin server wide like WHM cPanel allows? That would be a great improvement because on one website I may have several databases and instead having to login logout login all the time, it would allow me to just choose the relevant database I need to work on, withing phpMyAdmin.

    ?

    Thanks.

     

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  • Hi JuJue Holistic Wellness,

    To access all databases from a database server vía PHPMyAdmin, you must log in to Plesk and go to Tools & Settings > Database Servers, on the right side you have the button to open PHPMyAdmin as admin.

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    Jennifer Arsenault

    When logging in to phpMyAdmin directly, are failed logins logged anywhere?

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    @Jennifer Arsenault

    Sure, the failed login attempt will appear in /var/log/secure on Red Hat based OSes, similar to:

    phpMyAdmin[1500]: user denied: testuser (mysql-denied) from 127.0.0.1

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