phpMyAdmin – datasheet

Product Properties

Package namephpMyAdmin
Application namephpMyAdmin
Volume selectableyes
DependenciesWeb Station, PHP 7.3
Service name (SSH)pkgctl-phpMyAdmin
Shared Folderno
Home Folderno
Hyper Backup supportno
Certificate selectionno
Application portalno
Firewall port80, 443
Date27 April 2021


phpMyAdmin is a software tool to manage MariaDB databases that you can install on your NAS.


In Package Center, select the phpMyAdmin package.

synology, phpmyadmin, logo

Click on the Install button and select a Volume if multiple Volumes exist on your NAS.


There are no specific configurations. After installation, you will find an application in your main menu and files in the /web/phpMyAdmin folder.

Click on the phpMyAdmin application in the main menu to open it. Log in with the root password of the database.

Note that you can also open the application via https://ip_address_nas/phpMyAdmin. When you directly use this URL, you do not have to log in to DSM first.

Logging and notification

There is no logging or notification in phpMyAdmin.

Stop and run

From Package Center, select the phpMyAdmin package. Select Stop from the drop-down list to stop the service or click Run to start it again on the application page.

Uninstall and removal

From Package Center, select the phpMyAdmin package. Select Uninstall from the drop-down list to uninstall the service and application.

This will also remove the item from the main menu and the files in the /web/phpMyAdmin folder, including that folder itself.


You need to run phpMyAdmin on the same server that runs the database application, typically MariaDB 10.

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Paul Steunebrink / Storage Alchemist

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