phpMyAdmin doesn't work
phpmyadmin does not work on a fresh install, centos 6, ispconfig # is step by step followed the "perfect server" instruction,
Apache error log shows
"[Thu Jan 19 19:31:13 2012] [notice] child pid 22525 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)"
and Firefox says: "The connection was reset
The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading."
and a wget from the server console gives me
"-2012-01-19 19:57:36-- (try: 4) http://localhost/phpmyadmin/
Connecting to localhost|::1|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... No data received.
I've checked the /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf, all looks to be normal
I've checked the /usr/share/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php, also this one is normal.
afterwards i tried upgrading to the latest version of phpmyadmin (yes i changed the path in the apache conf to /usr/share/phpMyAdmin.
and restarted apache ..... same error......
please be genius an help me on the right way folks!
Thanks, Jirk Braak
Turned out to be an error in PHP 5.3.3
I commented out the entire /etc/php.d/eaccelerator.ini file,
found on an old forum an error description that fitted my problem ish...
I had the same problem. Strangely, phpMyAdmin worked initially, but stopped working after creating the first site in ISPConfig.
The problem and solution were exactly as described above.
I had the same issue. I was installing ISPConfig 3 on RHEL 6.1 using the instructions from:
I had to modify it a bit for RHEL though. But everything went smoothly once I went to the RHN website and gave myself access to the repositories.... that are freely available in CentOS without jumping through barely documented hoops (really, what AM I paying for???). If any1 is interested, it was the server-optional repository.
Once I did that, phpmyadmin installed just fine and tested fine. Once I finished the ISPConfig 3 install instructions, it wouldn't work. I appreciate you Jirk for posting your issue and the solution. Everything is fine now here.
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