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Is there a way to use phpmyadmin if my Magento installation is on vagrant box? Or any recommendations for other tools?

Using command line is horrible if you are working with large tables.

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Yes of course, just download and chuck in phpmyadmin in your work directory or use adminer https://www.adminer.org/ which is a single file that will enable you graphical interface to your database. Now access it through url e.g. example.com/adminer.php and use your database credentials to log in

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  • I tried adding phpmyadmin to my vagrant box via this guide, but it didn't work. blossomrose.wordpress.com/2016/04/07/… – rits Mar 9 '17 at 13:45
  • Are you using any specific Vagrant box ? – Devtype Mar 9 '17 at 14:33
  • Yes, it's a custom one and not publicly available. It was made just for one project that I am working on (didn't make it myself). It has Ubuntu 14.04 on it and it uses nginx, php5, mysql 5.5. – rits Mar 9 '17 at 14:36
  • Ok, it depends on your environment sometimes setup can be different on varying envs. I'll advise following few different guides until it works. Just a side note if you place adminer.php (not phpmyadmin) file in root of your project and access it through site url/adminer.php you'll be able to log into database, that's what I do on my docker containers. – Devtype Mar 9 '17 at 14:56

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