phpMyAdmin - A web interface for MySQL and MariaDB
In this tutorial, we are going to use this image: phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin
In DSM go to Docker -> Registry and search for
Download the second result, phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin image. Pick the latest image, when asked.
Once downloaded, go to the Image tab and double click on phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin.
Click Advanced settings and Enable auto-restart (optional) in next screen.
Skip the Volume and Network tab.
In Port Settings tab set the local port number to any number (for instance, I set it to 3333):
Skip the Links tab.
In Environmnent tab set the variables (click the + symbol):
|PMA_HOST||< you NAS IP >|
|PMA_PORT||< local port of your database container >|
* Where can I find
< local port of your database container >? In the next tutorial.
Apply changes and save everything.
phpMyAdmin should be available on
http://yourNASip:pmaLocalPort. For instance, if you NAS IP is 192.168.0.10 and PMA local port is 3333, then you'll be connecting to
For username use
root, and password is the
MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORDyou set in the MariaDB container (check environmental variables).
** for some reason I can't connect to MariaDB via phpMyAdmin in Safari, so maybe try another browser, like Firefox.
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