We noticed there’s a field called “phpMyAdmin URL” in “configure server” page, under section “Databases”. Is this a field to change URL to access PHPMyAdmin?
We tried to put inside some values: /directory, full url, etc… but nothing worked.
Is that possible here?
You just need to enter a alias, like pma or phpmyadmin.
pma in mine, but it just broke this button:
removing it made the button work again
But the pma is accessible over /pma, right?
The backend issue with wrong link is a known issue (because it’s the same as for webmail): https://github.com/hestiacp/hestiacp/issues/659
I have just set ‘pma’ and ‘/pma’ (without quotes) and it’s not working.
It’s an Ubuntu 18.04 whit a new fresh installed HestiaCP.
Even restarted Apache and Nginx, but it does not work.
Should it replace /phpmyadmin acces or just create an alias?
It triggers the script v-change-sys-pma with the alias as argument, it replaces the alias name in nginx/apache2 configuration.
I checked the Hestia log and it’s noticed:
2020-01-31 12:01:18 v-change-sys-config-value ‘DB_PMA_URL’ ‘pma’
But this script only changes $HESTIA/conf/hestia.conf var.
I think it does not go any further. Am I wrong?
I just ran the script you say in terminal.
URL is replaced ok.
I think there’s a problem in the GUI as it does not call this script and so URL is not changed.
Could you check please?
Hi @ScIT and @mredig
And there’s also the bug @mredig says. In fact, URL on this button keeps the port 8083 and this should be port 80.
The URL is
and should be
We’ll check that of course.
I also have seen that mail with credentials, after creating a database, has a wrnog URL after modifying it.
I have the same problem.
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Please open a new thread and put all relevant informations there.
When I installed Hestia, I saw same error, but it works like vesta, you need to change the link into apache config (if you have apache installed). Absolute path in linux is /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf. Inside you change route alias by same value that you put into hestia basic configuration interface.
After you change this file, restart apache service
I use Cloudflare on my domain.
I am using Debian version 10.3 (x86_64) with HestiaCP v1.1.1
I noticed that the link to open phpmyadmin, as shown below, shows a 404 error when opening
With admin user, in managing server, I have a screen where we can change the access link to phpmyadmin making it more secure.
An entry was created in cloudflare for pma pointing to the server’s ip and I still can’t access pma.meu-domain.com
the phpmyadminurl setting does not change it to a subdomain, but only changes the alias. so your-domain.com/phpmyadmin becomes your-domain.com/pma
if you want to have a sub-domain for it, you can adjust or create the nginx/apache config-files for phpmyadmin manually and add a vhost there.
I am going to merge this into the thread, as it’s already discussed there, please only open new topics if there are no ongoing discussions or if it’s really a different question.
Thanks for the answer @falzo
Even trying to access my-domain / pma go to page 404
This behaviour has been confirmed as a bug… There is somebody who will take a look at it…