Increase the phpMyAdmin session timeout

Edit your file (in my Ubuntu 12.04 it was located at /etc/phpmyadmin/ and add the following line (where X is the amount of seconds the session will last):

$cfg['LoginCookieValidity'] = X;


In my development machine I have 36000 that is 10 hours (all work day) but you should never do this in a production environment.

You may also have to set the same value on session.gc_maxlifetime in your php.ini file because it will probably be smaller than LoginCookieValidity value you set before (it’s default value is 1440).

session.gc_maxlifetime = 36000


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