Jul 07

i’ve a problem when i tried to export db from phpmyadmin cpanel to file
it shows

export.php: Missing parameter: what (FAQ 2.8)
export.php: Missing parameter: export_type (FAQ 2.8)
from the FAQ i’ve also edit all requirement there but the problem still exist

2.8 I get “Missing parameters” errors, what can I do?

Here are a few points to check:

  • In config.inc.php, try to leave the $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’] directive empty. See also FAQ 4.7.
  • Maybe you have a broken PHP installation or you need to upgrade your Zend Optimizer. See http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=31134.
  • If you are using Hardened PHP with the ini directive varfilter.max_request_variables set to the default (200) or another low value, you could get this error if your table has a high number of columns. Adjust this setting accordingly. (Thanks to Klaus Dorninger for the hint).
  • In the php.ini directive arg_separator.input, a value of “;” will cause this error. Replace it with “&;”.
  • If you are using Hardened-PHP, you might want to increase request limits.
  • The directory specified in the php.ini directive session.save_path does not exist or is read-only.

when i run any query on the phpmyadmin i also get this error

You probably tried to upload too large files

Solution :

These errors were occurring because the values you had specified in WHM -> Tweak Settings for:
-PHP Max Post Size for cPanel PHP in Megabytes (default 55M with a maximum value of 2047M)
-PHP Max Upload Size for cPanel PHP in Megabytes (default 50M with a maximum value of 2047M)

did not have the trailing “M” — for example, you had “50” instead of “50M”.. This meant that the max post size and max upload size were 50 bytes instead of 50 megabytes.

Jun 18

Here is simple hack to make joomla 1.0.x compatible to php 5.3.x, go to Function.php files  your directory on /public_html/includes/Cache/Lite. Then :


$arguments = func_get_args();


$arguments = func_get_args();
$numargs = func_num_args();
for($i=1; $i < $numargs; $i++){
$arguments[$i] = &$arguments[$i];

in includes/Cache/Lite/Function.php. It will fix compatibility view issues for joomla 1.0.x on php 5.3.x, it is not suggested it is better to upgrade to joomla 1.5.x though 🙂