Would you like to answer one of these instead? We will use the Finder and the app to solve the problem. As explained in the log file, if this problem is not related to a read access permission nor to a file you deleted in your mysql then the only solution is to: open your my. So far, this is the perfect app for me to have a local server environment. Discaimer: I'm just a marketing guy. Error: localhost is currently unable to handle this request.
Then I was able to start phymyadmin. But now most of my website is not showing. The second solution is from one of the comments below. This post has two solutions. All I can say is that in my case, it works.
So if it stops working it can be frustrating, to say the least. So when I try to launch my WordPress websites, it asks me to install WordPress, assuming the site is empty… Any idea how to get my databases back? The path to these files may be different on your system. These are the steps that worked for me. Can you install v4 as a standalone and not upgrade your 1. Sometimes, it also happens when restarting your computer.
For regular users, I recommend reading about this problem. Fortunately, the fix is easy. In short, I cannot do my job without it. You can also use , a terminal app built by the amazing and team. It Worked for me, hope will work for you too. I tried a few options mentioned here including setting folder permissions and re-install etc.
Alternative Solution If the above solution does not work, this method should. I hope those steps provide a quick fix for someone without needed to destroy your database tables. You may have to force quit when this happens as it does not shut down correctly. This means that any application that relies on a database connection will not work. . You follow my advice at your own risk. In this solution we will use the Finder.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. It describes how to do almost the same thing, but using the app. The path to this folder may be different on your system. It will ask for the administrator password. I hope this has helped you in some way. If not try going to Application panel in Developer tools, select Clear Storage from the menu and click Clear Site Data. The phpAdmin page should load.
After searching the web for a solution none of the popular posts could help me fix the problem. Thanks a lot to both of you!!! As many others WordPress developers out there, I use for local development. But what should I name them? If you are having trouble fixing this issue with the instructions above, but are being able to solve this problem with any another method please describe it in the below. Think my power cable to laptop shorted and computer shut down instantly. Please check log for more information. I then stumbled on a short post on stackoverflow. Most of the time, this is the worst thing to do especially if it is important for you to keep the integrity of you development environment.
Few of my sites are view normally though. The first solution of killing running processes has worked for me pretty much all the time. All you need to do, is run a simple command on the or. If this article helped you solve the problem then please Thanks for reading! With version 4 though, I have upgraded the latest point releases without any issues. Truly hope that this helps anyone who is currently banging there head against the wall.