Configure phpmyadmin with varnish correctly (Not working)

Hello all, I have ubuntu 12.04 + apc + varnish Installing phpmyadmin before varnish works well, but when I install varnish this error comes up-

I had that 8080 redirect problem but solved it by adding $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’] = ‘http://x.x.x.x/phpmyadmin’; in pma config

I have tried clearing browser cookies, in both firefox and IE.

My current session save path is /var/lib/php5 which seems to be writable since i can see some session files inside, but they are getting created with permissions - 0600,

Putting wrong username in x.x.x.x/phpmyadmin/index.php also produces same error

Please help Thanks

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Varnish + PHPMyAdmin error

I am running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with

Apache + Nginx + Varnish + VestaCp + Zend Opache

when I installed Varnish on VestaCp, I was unable to login my phpmyadmin

I have edited nano /etc/phpmyadmin/

and put this line without any port number $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’] = ‘http://yoursitename/phpmyadmin/’;

under /* Authentication type */

and accessed phpmyadmin without any port

All is working perfect!

The above link is not working for me. but, 8080 works for me <br>I am using vestaCP, Nginx, Varnish <br> <br>I have edited <br>vi /etc/phpmyadmin/ <br> <br>and put this line <br>$cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’] = ‘http://yoursitename:8080/phpmyadmin/’; <br> <br>under <br>/* Authentication type */ <br> <br>

It is, but it’s listening on the loopback interface so you can’t access it remotely. <br> <br>See if <a href=“”></a> helps.