dont know why phpmyadmin keeps bouncing back to sign in page

I have phpmyadmin installed on my server connected to mysql-server5.0: it usually works well but ever more periodically phpmyadmin throws me back to the sign in page for no apparent reason..if I click on a certain table and just that table for a while it will do this:: i put in my username and password, then I appear at 'that' last table I was trying to connect to...:: have no idea how to fix this.:
solunatecAsked:
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
There is an 1800 second inactivity timer on my version.  When it expires, you have to login again.  Is that what you are talking about?
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Sounds like it's timing out as mentioned above.
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bill30Commented:
Try editing your phpMyAdmin's config.inc.php and update the LoginCookieValidity to the following:
$cfg['LoginCookieValidity'] = 3600 * 9; // 9 hours
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solunatecAuthor Commented:
Actually for example i just opened it up: logged in: clicked on on my emp_hours table and it sent me back to log in page: logged in again.. back to login page: logged in again..ok let me open a table...but if I go to open a table I tried ot open befor it will send me to log in page again and under user filled in these digits, as username; I will check the above suggestions...thanks...

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solunatecAuthor Commented:
ok here it is: I recently update my server to a new 'name' dns etc. : i never updated my phpmyadmin.conf file under the Includes folder of apache for ssl support...I also realized that all this time I was not even opening phpmyadmin under https connection but http...: now its working fine.:
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solunatecAuthor Commented:
was a config file but not the one mentioned...was config file in apache/Includes
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