Miri WordPress

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone

MIRI WordPress is a distributed stage embedded with pre-arranged LAMP and prepared to-launch picture on Amazon EC2 that contains a WordPress site. Without much of a stress client can upgrade WordPress, subjects and expansions of their own. MIRI WordPress is one of the world’s most well-known web publishing platforms for building blogs and websites.  It can be customized via a huge selection of themes, extensions and plug-ins. Thousands of plugins and themes available.


MIRI WordPress Support

  • When you join to the MIRI WordPress, your AWS commercial center membership will be naturally distinguished. MIRI WordPress provides technical support for installation and setup issues through our support center.
  • Contact No. at- +1 (510)298-5936
  • Email– support@miritech.com.
  • 24*7 Hrs. facility is available. Client can contact us at anytime.

8 thoughts on “Miri WordPress

    1. Thanks for query. WordPress install and configuration 100% free with AWS Marketplace Product.

      You will only pay for hosting plan in Amazon Web Services(AWS). Please visit our product URL in AWS. Click Here

      MIRI Support Team

    1. Hi Brendan,

      Thanks for contacting Miri Support team.

      Due to security concern we were not installed phpmyadmin service.

      If you want to access database then please follow these steps:

      Step1: Open SSH via Putty.
      Step2: login with ec2-user with ppk file.
      Step3: sudo su
      Step4: mysql -u root -p instanceID
      instanceID – password of mysql root user
      Step4: show databases;

      If you want to install phpmyadmin then inform us we will provide steps:

      Support Team

    1. Step 1 — Install phpMyAdmin
      Now, we are ready to install the phpMyAdmin package. This software is not available in the CentOS 6 default repositories. However, it is avialable in the EPEL repos (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux).

      We can add access to the EPEL repositories to our system by typing:

      >> sudo yum install epel-release
      After accepting the new repository, you can install the phpMyAdmin package by typing:

      >>sudo yum install phpmyadmin
      This will install phpMyAdmin. We still must configure it though.

      Step 2 — Configure phpMyAdmin
      For security purposes, we should lock down access to the phpMyAdmin interface to a specific IP address.

      Find Your IP Address

      You will need to know the IP address of the computer you plan on using to access your databases. This is a security precaution so that unauthorized people cannot connect.

      Note: This is the not the IP address of your VPS, it is the IP address of your home or work computer.

      You can find out how the greater web sees your IP address by visiting one of these sites in your web browser:

      What’s My IP Address?
      What’s My IP?
      My IP Address
      Compare a few different sites and make sure they all give you the same value. Write this down.

      Configure Apache Files

      The phpMyAdmin package installs an Apache Virtual Host file that is used to configure web access. Open the file with the following command:

      >> sudo nano /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf
      By default, this configuration only allows access from the same computer that is hosting the software. Because the databases, web server, and administration software are hosted on a VPS instead of your home computer, we will have to adjust these values.

      This is where the IP information about your home computer comes in handy. We will change every reference to with the IP address you found.

      There should be four locations that you need to change:

      . . .
      Require ip your_workstation_IP_address
      . . .
      Allow from your_workstation_IP_address
      . . .
      Require ip your_workstation_IP_address
      . . .
      Allow from your_workstation_IP_address
      . . .
      Save and close the file.

      You need to restart the server with the following command:

      >> sudo service httpd restart
      Step 3 — See the Results!
      Your interface should now be configured and ready to access.

      Point your web browser to your VPS IP address followed by “/phpmyadmin”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

8 + 2 =