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PhpMyAdmin not Loading in XAMPP

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hi Experts.

Im facing quite a peculiar error. Everything was working a few days ago. On a local install of XAMPP i am unable to access my phpmyadmin. It loads and loads in the browser hangs and after a real looong while it returns the following browser output

This web page is not available
The web page at http://192.168.1.101/phpmyadmin/ might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.
Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): Unknown error.


I really dont know what could be causing this. As a result all my php/mysql driven sites are not accessible however i can acess static sites via XAMPP.

Thanks

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by:ACEAFTY
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BTW everything seems to start fine in the XAMPP Console. I have restarted the server a few time AND restarted the computer also. Still no dice
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Thanks kalmax,

Thats not quite the problem im facing. See i can see the xampp home page. I can also access static sites. But sites made on wordpress or dyanmic sites using php or even mysql dont load at all. And neither does phpmyadmin!!.

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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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This seems like apache is not aware of PHP / Mysql. Try to clear browser cache for a good start. Just to make sure, run xampp-portcheck located under xampp folder.
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by:ACEAFTY
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Ive run the portcheck. Nothing happened. Also have cleared the cache. What i have noticed that in the when clicking on the status link on the left hand side of the XAMPP homepage everything it shows is deactivated. ie PHP & MYSQL however on the XAMPP console both are running

Hmmm so confused

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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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I know nothing's changed but could you doublecheck the security settings - I mean javascript especially and as a whole - isn't it changed ?
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Try a simple page
<? phpinfo(); ?>
I suppose it does not output anything or outputs the text ?
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by:Murfur
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Firstly, are you on a Mac or a PC?
What version XAMPP are you using?
What gets reported to the Apache logs?

PC
c:\xamp/apache/logs/error.log
c"\xamp/apache/logs/access.log

Mac
Applications:XAMPP:xamppfiles/logs/error_log
Applications:XAMPP:xamppfiles/logs/access_log

I have come across this message before, reported by users of Google Chrome and certain anti-virus/phishing filters. Do either of these apply to you?
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by:ACEAFTY
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I apologise for the delayed response.

We resolved this as being some kind of server error. Totally uninstalled XAMPP and reinstalled it and it worked!
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