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  • Does PHPMyAdmin Log All the Actions?

    I have few customers using PHPMyAdmin and for easily rectifying the mistakes and the changes in the table inserts, I was thinking whether PHPMyAdmin keeps a log file that holds the information about the activities carried out by the users using the program.

    Are you aware of whether such a file exists, if yes then where is the file located?

    Cheers

  • #2
    Originally posted by Phnx View Post
    I have few customers using PHPMyAdmin and for easily rectifying the mistakes and the changes in the table inserts, I was thinking whether PHPMyAdmin keeps a log file that holds the information about the activities carried out by the users using the program.

    Are you aware of whether such a file exists, if yes then where is the file located?

    Cheers
    Since release 3.3.x a tracking mechanism is available in PHPMyAdmin. The change tracking feature is a way to version control MySQL table structure and data, ie: It helps you to track every SQL command which is executed by phpMyAdmin. The mechanism supports logging of data manipulation and data definition statements..
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    • #3
      As far as I know, there does not exist a way for getting phpmyadmin to log each and every action by default, due to the basic fact that this would potentially generate a huge log on servers, also, it might miss many of the other changes made using some other means as well.

      Though you should consider the suggestions given by rock. :smile:

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