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  • #26840
    StefanusNtep
    Post count: 5

    Hello, i need help. I want to access my admin panel, previously i have renamed it around 6 months ago. Several days ago i also access the admin panel and it works well. But today when i want to login, it show me this notification :

    Error establishing a database connection

    I didn’t change anything in the database and Hide My WP setting. Can you please explain about it? Here is the notification :

    http://prntscr.com/ocgsc3

    #26842
    StefanusNtep
    Post count: 5

    Hello, can anyone help me?

    #26846
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10485

    Hi, the issue might not be related to HMWP. Please check following these steps:

    – rename “hide_my_wp” plugin folder in /wp-content/plugins/ directory (via FTP or hosting ControlPanel)
    – comment out or remove following line from wp-config.php (if you have added it there previously)
    define(“ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH”, “/NEW_WPADMIN_PATH_NAME”);

    Let us know!

    #26848
    StefanusNtep
    Post count: 5
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    #26850
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10485

    As it’s still the same error after renaming HMWP plugin folder (which will deactivate the plugin completely), the source of error seems to be something else, most probably, corrupt database or wrong database credentials. We recommend you to contact your hosting provider regarding this.

    #26851
    StefanusNtep
    Post count: 5

    Ok thank you so much for the support. It was caused by the server. Thank you so much for your support.

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