phpMyAdmin 3.2.3 setup

Features


Import / export

Set import and export directories and compression options

Doc Wiki Directory on server where you can upload files for import
Doc Wiki Directory where exports can be saved on server
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Doc Wiki Default character set used for conversions
Doc Wiki Select which functions will be used for character set conversion
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Doc Wiki Enable ZIP compression for import and export operations
Doc Wiki Enable gzip compression for import and export operations
Doc Wiki Enable bzip2 compression for import and export operations
Doc Wiki Compress gzip/bzip2 exports on the fly without the need for much memory; if you encounter problems with created gzip/bzip2 files disable this feature
Security

Please note that phpMyAdmin is just a user interface and its features do not limit MySQL

Doc Wiki Secret passphrase used for encrypting cookies in cookie authentication
Doc Wiki Force secured connection while using phpMyAdmin
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Doc Wiki Input proxies as IP: trusted HTTP header. The following example specifies that phpMyAdmin should trust a HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR (X-Forwarded-For) header coming from the proxy 1.2.3.4:
1.2.3.4: HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR
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Doc Wiki If enabled user can enter any MySQL server in login form for cookie auth
Doc Wiki Define whether the previous login should be recalled or not in cookie authentication mode
Doc Wiki Define how long (in seconds) a login cookie is valid
Doc Wiki Defines how long (in seconds) a login cookie should be stored in browser. The default of 0 means that it will be kept for the existing session only, and will be deleted as soon as you close the browser window. This is recommended for non-trusted environments.
Doc Wiki If TRUE, logout deletes cookies for all servers; when set to FALSE, logout only occurs for the current server. Setting this to FALSE makes it easy to forget to log out from other servers when connected to multiple servers.
SQL queries

SQL queries settings, for SQL Query box options see Navigation frame settings

Doc Wiki Defines whether SQL queries generated by phpMyAdmin should be displayed
Doc Wiki Whether a warning ("Are your really sure...") should be displayed when you're about to lose data
Doc Wiki Enable if you want DB-based query history (requires pmadb). If disabled, this utilizes JS-routines to display query history (lost by window close).
Doc Wiki How many queries are kept in history
Doc Wiki If enabled, phpMyAdmin continues computing multiple-statement queries even if one of the queries failed
Doc Wiki Show affected rows of each statement on multiple-statement queries. See libraries/import.lib.php for defaults on how many queries a statement may contain.
Other core settings

Settings that didn't fit enywhere else

Doc Wiki Maximum number of databases displayed in left frame and database list
Doc Wiki Maximum number of tables displayed in table list
Doc Wiki Maximum number of characters used when a SQL query is displayed
Doc Wiki use GZip output buffering for increased speed in HTTP transfers
Doc Wiki Use persistent connections to MySQL databases
Doc Wiki Set the number of seconds a script is allowed to run (0 for no limit)
Doc Wiki The number of bytes a script is allowed to allocate, eg. 32M (0 for no limit)
Doc Wiki Mark used tables and make it possible to show databases with locked tables
Doc Wiki Allow for searching inside the entire database