MySQL


#1

I’m working with phpMyAdmin and running into a bump.
I’m getting this error report:
“Your PHP MySQL library version 5.0.16 differs from your MySQL server version 5.0.24a. This may cause unpredictable behavior.”
–How do I fix this?
Also, is this blocking me from modifying databases? The company I work for is doing a major site overhaul, and one of the changes is the implementation of a CMS. I’m trying to get things working, but my user is being denied.


#2

I also have that message but didn’t notice any problems at all, everything seems to work fine with phpMyAdmin.

Jan

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#3

Unfortunately, you can’t fix it - it will require a DH admin to update the library. They are aware of the issue, but feel to free to contact support as a “reminder” if you wish; it can’t hurt. :wink:

That warning should not be impacting your ability to modify databases; I’ve done major work via phpMyAdmin without error in spite of that message for a while now.

If your user is being denied there must be a credentials issue. I suggest you re-check the DH control panel information for the database in question to make sure your db user, db user password, and MySQL hostname are being entered correctly.

–rlparker


#4

Thanks. I’ll look into control panel info.