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You do realise that locate looks at a database cache with filenames (created nightly/manually with the updatedb command) and not at your live file system. locate does not reflect the actual state of your system. You might want to use ls to look at /usr/share/phpmyadmin instead...


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I'm kinda using your same stack (so no apache involve). What i like to use is apt-get --no-install-recommends install phpmyadmin And this will only install phpmyadmin withou apache


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You should use either root /var/www/vhosts; or alias /var/www/vhosts/phpmyadmin; instead of root /var/www/vhosts/phpmyadmin; in your location /phpmyadmin/ section. root defines the document root for that section, and the URI is appended after that when looking for resource. So, in your case, nginx looks up for /var/www/vhosts/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/index.php ...


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I manage to access Phpmyadmin but I have to delete the rewrite part. location /phpMyAdmin { rewrite ^/* /phpmyadmin last; } And I have to go to http://my-domain.com/phpMyAdmin. If I try http://my-domain.com/phpmyadmin would not work. I will try fix rewrite later.


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If you have the FILE privilege you can, table by table, use SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE queries and download your data from those.


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I assumed you're using the standard repo - in this case, I think you need to do yum install php70u-json as it seems you installed PHP from an alternate repo.



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