phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

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chri5145
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phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

Post by chri5145 » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:44 am

Hello, I have installed my test version of the Zend Server. If I install the app phpmyadmin, I always get the error message "error post_stage.php: exited with status 1" Can someone help me?

jake1199
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Re: phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

Post by jake1199 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 3:25 pm

I'm running PMA on Zend Server 8.0.1 without issue.

That error message strikes me as unusual; it almost feels as though PHP is being executed via CLI (and not php-fpm).

Some additional context would be helpful. Does that message appear in the PHP log? In the browser window?

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Re: phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

Post by ph_il_for_tea » Sat Feb 14, 2015 1:52 pm

Hi,

I got the same error message and I'd like to know why !
Have you MySql installed ?
In my case, I installed Zend Server Developer Edition (Ubuntu) PHP 5.6 on AWS.

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robe1609
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Re: phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

Post by robe1609 » Wed Sep 14, 2016 6:02 pm

I am getting the same error when I attempt to bring up Drupal. I am using the developer edition of the server on Ubuntu 16.04 with the AWS. MySQL Version 5.7.1.3

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Re: phpMyAdmin - There was an error with this application.

Post by zvika » Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:14 am

Following up on the AWS Ubuntu 16.04 deployment, you need to be aware of the sql mode for user creation under MySQL 5.7.
Review the first limitation on the release notes please.
http://www.zend.com/en/products/server/release-notes

Update: I don't recall we have Ubuntu 16.04 in AWS, only 14.04 images, so it doesn't really matter where to test - we'll check a local Ubuntu 16.04 VM then :)
Zvika Dror
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