phpMyAdmin is one of the most popular applications for managing SQL databases. With it, you can create databases, edit tables, perform backups, do research, insert information. You can also see the statistics of the server, see the number of requests, the number of questions sent to the server, the CPU load, the amount of memory used.
To install phpMyAdmin, we need three lines that we enter in the SSH interface of our server:
apt-get install phpmyadmin
service apache2 restart
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