PhpMyAdmin No activity within 1440 seconds FIX


Do you keep seeing the error message PhpMyAdmin No activity within 1440 seconds? Or does your PhpMyAdmin session end automatically after every 1440 seconds (24 minutes)? In this video, I will share a very simple and easy way to extend the timeout value as you need.

If you wish to make the changes in your local environment, then you will be able to make these changes instantly and see the results right away. If you need to make these changes for your online website, then you either need access to the Web Server config or you may seek help from your website hosting company and ask them to make the changes for you.


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  1. Were you able to fix the issue with PhpMyAdmin – No activity within 1440 seconds error, using the method shared in the video? Share your experience by leaving a comment below.

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