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Docker container for phpMyAdmin

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Official phpMyAdmin Docker image

Run phpMyAdmin with Alpine, Apache and PHP FPM.

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All following examples will bring you phpMyAdmin on

http://localhost:8080
where you can enjoy your happy MySQL administration.

Credentials

phpMyAdmin does use MySQL server credential, please check the corresponding server image for information how it is setup.

The official MySQL and MariaDB use following environment variables to define these:

  • MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD
    - This variable is mandatory and specifies the password that will be set for the
    root
    superuser account.
  • MYSQL_USER
    ,
    MYSQL_PASSWORD
    - These variables are optional, used in conjunction to create a new user and to set that user's password.

Supported Docker hub tags

The following tags are available:

  • latest
    ,
    fpm
    , and
    fpm-alpine
    are always the most recent released version
  • Major versions, such as
    5
    ,
    5-fpm
    , and
    5-fpm-alpine
  • Specific minor versions, such as
    5.0
    ,
    5.0-fpm
    , and
    5-fpm-alpine
  • Specific patch versions, such as
    5.0.0
    ,
    5.0.0-fpm
    , and
    5.0.0-alpine

A complete list of tags is available at Docker Hub

Image variants

We provide three variations:

  • "apache" includes a full Apache webserver with PHP and includes everything needed to work out of the box. This is the default when only a version number is requested.
  • "fpm" only starts a PHP FPM container. Use this variant if you already have a seperate webserver. This includes more tools and is therefore a larger image than the "fpm-alpine" variation.
  • "fpm-alpine" has a very small footprint. It is based on Alpine Linux and only starts a PHP FPM process. Use this variant if you already have a seperate webserver. If you need more tools that are not available on Alpine Linux, use the fpm image instead.

Usage with linked server

First you need to run MySQL or MariaDB server in Docker, and this image need link a running mysql instance container:

docker run --name myadmin -d --link mysql_db_server:db -p 8080:80 phpmyadmin

Usage with external server

You can specify MySQL host in the

PMA_HOST
environment variable. You can also use
PMA_PORT
to specify port of the server in case it's not the default one:
docker run --name myadmin -d -e PMA_HOST=dbhost -p 8080:80 phpmyadmin

Usage with arbitrary server

You can use arbitrary servers by adding ENV variable

PMA_ARBITRARY=1
to the startup command:
docker run --name myadmin -d -e PMA_ARBITRARY=1 -p 8080:80 phpmyadmin

Usage with docker-compose and arbitrary server

This will run phpMyAdmin with arbitrary server - allowing you to specify MySQL/MariaDB server on login page.

Using the docker-compose.yml from https://github.com/phpmyadmin/docker

docker-compose up -d

Run the E2E tests with docker-compose

You can run the E2E tests with the local test environment by running MariaDB/MySQL databases. Adding ENV variable

PHPMYADMIN_RUN_TEST=true
already added on docker-compose file. Simply run:

Using the docker-compose.testing.yml from https://github.com/phpmyadmin/docker

docker-compose -f docker-compose.testing.yml up phpmyadmin

Adding Custom Configuration

You can add your own custom config.inc.php settings (such as Configuration Storage setup) by creating a file named "config.user.inc.php" with the various user defined settings in it, and then linking it into the container using:

-v /some/local/directory/config.user.inc.php:/etc/phpmyadmin/config.user.inc.php

On the "docker run" line like this:

docker run --name myadmin -d --link mysql_db_server:db -p 8080:80 -v /some/local/directory/config.user.inc.php:/etc/phpmyadmin/config.user.inc.php phpmyadmin

See the following links for config file information. https://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/config.html#config https://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/setup.html

Usage behind reverse proxys

Set the variable

PMA_ABSOLUTE_URI
to the fully-qualified path (
https://pma.example.net/
) where the reverse proxy makes phpMyAdmin available.

Environment variables summary

  • PMA_ARBITRARY
    - when set to 1 connection to the arbitrary server will be allowed
  • PMA_HOST
    - define address/host name of the MySQL server
  • PMA_VERBOSE
    - define verbose name of the MySQL server
  • PMA_PORT
    - define port of the MySQL server
  • PMA_HOSTS
    - define comma separated list of address/host names of the MySQL servers
  • PMA_VERBOSES
    - define comma separated list of verbose names of the MySQL servers
  • PMA_PORTS
    - define comma separated list of ports of the MySQL servers
  • PMA_USER
    and
    PMA_PASSWORD
    - define username to use for config authentication method
  • PMA_ABSOLUTE_URI
    - define user-facing URI
  • HIDE_PHP_VERSION
    - if defined, will hide the php version (
    expose_php = Off
    ). Set to any value (such as HIDEPHPVERSION=true).
  • UPLOAD_LIMIT
    - if set, will override the default value for apache and php-fpm (format as
    [0-9+](K,M,G)
    default value is 2048K, this will change
    upload_max_filesize
    and
    post_max_size
    values)
  • PMA_CONFIG_BASE64
    - if set, will override the default config.inc.php with the base64 decoded contents of the variable
  • PMA_USER_CONFIG_BASE64
    - if set, will override the default config.user.inc.php with the base64 decoded contents of the variable

For usage with Docker secrets, appending

_FILE
to the
PMA_PASSWORD
environment variable is allowed (it overrides
PMA_PASSWORD
if it is set):
docker run --name myadmin -d -e PMA_PASSWORD_FILE=/run/secrets/db_password.txt -p 8080:80 phpmyadmin

Variables that can be read from a file using
_FILE

  • PMA_PASSWORD
  • MYSQLROOTPASSWORD
  • MYSQL_PASSWORD
  • PMA_HOSTS
  • PMA_HOST

For more detailed documentation see https://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/setup.html#installing-using-docker

Please report any issues with the Docker container to https://github.com/phpmyadmin/docker/issues

Please report any issues with phpMyAdmin to https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues

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