Issue - phpMyAdmin - access denied for user 'root'@'localhost'
Thanks for highlighting the new phpMyAdmin admin login protocol. BUT
There needs to be standardisation across Symbioisis documentation. There is variation between the docs here: https://docs.bytemark.co.uk/article/setting-up-a-database/#connecting-to-phpmyadmin
Issue - The backup2l problem will show if the file:
'backup.name' is added to etc/symbiosis/dns.d
Here's some of the output:
Running post-backup procedure...
Sending backups to /mnt/extra-storage/studland...
Sun Aug 19 04:02:56 BST 2018
Backup Date Time | Size | Skipped Files+D | New Obs. | Err.
all.1 2018-08-17 04:34 | 190.2M | 1 6236 | 6236 0 | 0
all.101 2018-08-18 03:52 | 4.3M | 1 7028 | 958 166 | 0
all.102 2018-08-19 04:02 | 5.4M | 1 7034 | 579 573 | 0
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/vda2 24G 3.7G 19G 17% /
WARNING: Volume is or was locked by another instance of 'backup2l'.
It appears that another instance of 'backup2l' is or was running concurrently.
This should not happen, but cannot be avoided completely with the present
implementation of locking in 'backup2l'. I am sorry!
The following steps should bring everything back into order:
1. Stop all instances of 'backup2l'.
2. Remove the lock file '/var/backups/localhost/all.lock' manually.
3. Re-run the backup.
4. Unmount the backup device (if desired)...