phpMyAdmin import.php Missing parameter problem solved

phpMyAdmin import.php Missing parameter problem solved 1Very annoying phpMyadmin error. As you can see it points to the item in the phpMyAdmin FAQ page where there are list of possible causes which could lead to this kind of error. Let me give you a tip.

If you’ve got this error on otherwise perfectly functional phpMyAdmin do not waste time exploring FAQ solutions – check available free space on /var partition, or wherever your PHP session data is being stored – chances are you just run out of space there and that problem broke your phpMyAdmin, along with the other things you haven’t noticed yet (if it’s /var then mysql, sendmail, syslog also suffered from this and will need to be restarted).
If that is the case – just free some space on the partition and your phpMyAdmin will be restored.

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