[quote=Karlsson @ Feb 23 2010, 07:34 AM]I have the same issue, but with an already installed Piwik 0.5.4. Until yesterday everything was o.k., I made no changes and today I´ve got this:
SQLSTATE  Access denied for user 'xxxxxxxx'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
#0 /www/htdocs/xxxxxxxx/shop/tracking/libs/Zend/Db/Adapter/Pdo/Mysql.php(96): Zend_Db_Adapter_Pdo_Abstract->_connect()
#1 /www/htdocs/xxxxxxxx/shop/tracking/core/Db/Pdo/Mysql.php(30): Zend_Db_Adapter_Pdo_Mysql->_connect()
#2 /www/htdocs/xxxxxxxx/shop/tracking/core/Piwik.php(1479): Piwik_Db_Pdo_Mysql->getConnection()
#3 /www/htdocs/xxxxxxxx/shop/tracking/core/FrontController.php(218): Piwik::createDatabaseObject()
#4 /www/htdocs/xxxxxxxx/shop/tracking/index.php(103): Piwik_FrontController->init()
Config.ini is o.k. (compared with an older backup), access to the database with PHPmyadmin is working.
Any idea what´s wrong?[/quote]
When I went to log in on the day after a successful installation, I erroneously entered the wrong user name (or password, I don’t recall which).
And now whenever I return to the log in page, all I ever see is this error message. (I’ve even completely cleared the browser’s cache and history and etc.) I.e., the usual user name and password input fields aren’t even presented at all. Consequently I can not log in.
Furthermore, what I find SHOCKING is: the error message is revealing what I consider to be my private log-in user name of my web site! So now a would-be hacker has 1/2 of what he needs to get into my FTP account (for example).
So my questions are:
What should I do to restore the usual index.php log-in screen?
Is the code going to be changed so it does NOT reveal this private information?
Is the code going to be fixed so that after one does enter an incorrect user name and/or password, it also presents the user name/password fields again (instead of just the core dump), allowing one to try again and actually log in?
Thank you for your help with this.