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#1 Kriek

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Posted 06 April 2003 - 09:48 PM

phpMyAdmin listing all databases on the server?
If you have experienced this phenomenon, this will fix it.


Make sure to login as root and run this command. After running the command stop and start MySQL. You might need to logout of your phpMyAdmin, and then log back in order to see the changes.
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#2 Avalanche

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Posted 09 April 2003 - 02:54 AM

Well, I don\'t have PuTTY, so I waited a day (without doing anything) and it seems to be back to normal now. Yay!
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#3 sir nitr0z

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Posted 22 October 2003 - 08:20 PM

wierd you post about that here, as i could see every databse on my hosts server through phpMyAdmin, several hundred infact. they fixed it though

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