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Old 10th March 2009, 21:56
karnius karnius is offline
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Default phpmyadmin, no privilege to create database

Hi guys,

I know ispconfig block root user tf creating database, but I got a probleme here, when a create a database in ispconfig, it dosen't appear in phpmyadmin!

So easy question, is there a way to enable root user to have database creation privilege, or any idea of what is wrong?

i'm completely in the dark here

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Old 11th March 2009, 01:28
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ISPConfig is not blocking the root user in any way or even modifying the priveliges of the mysql root user.

I guess you mix this up with the default setting in phpmyadmin to hide the databse with the name "mysql". You can change this in the config file of phpmyadmin.
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