How to access the psa database in Plesk?
There are 2 ways to access the Plesk psa database, from the Linux command line (via ssh) and from the Plesk control panel.
Method 1) To access the psa database from command line:
SSH to your server as root. and execute the mysql command. The /etc/psa/.psa.shadow file contains the Plesk admin password.
# mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow`
You will be taken to the Mysql prompt. To switch to the psa database, execute,
mysql> use psa;
You are now in the psa database and can view
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Method 2) From the Plesk control panel.
Login to Plesk as user ‘admin’ and password from /etc/psa/.psa.shadow file.
Click "Settings" >> "Database Hosting Preferences" >> click OK >> "Local MySQL server" >> "Databases" tab >> "Webadmin".
Once you click “Webadmin”, phpMyAdmin will open in a new window from where you can access all the databases including the ‘psa’ database. Make sure pop-ups are enabled in your browser.
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