How to change root password to MySQL and PHPMyAdmin You can change the MySQL root password by logging in to the database directly (MySQL -h your_host -u root) then run SET PASSWORD FOR root@34.94.100.155 = PASSWORD(your password’); PHPMyAdmin should use that password so not quite sure what you mean by “for both”. Make sure to set the new password into phpmyadmin’s config.inc.php too, at line $cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘password’] = ‘yourpassword’; Otherwise, phpmyadmin may not work, echoing Access denied for user ‘user’@’localhost’…

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