It appears that the configuration of the phpMyAdmin database (pmadb) is not okay, which is why the general relation features are disabled. This could be due to various reasons, such as incorrect configuration settings or missing permissions.

To troubleshoot and resolve this issue, you can try the following steps:

  1. Check Configuration: Review your phpMyAdmin configuration file (, located in the phpMyAdmin installation directory. Ensure that the settings related to pmadb are correctly configured, including the database name, username, password, and host.
  2. Database Permissions: Ensure that the user account used by phpMyAdmin to access the pmadb database has the necessary permissions. This includes permissions to create tables, insert data, and perform other operations.
  3. Database Setup: If the pmadb database does not exist, you may need to create it manually using a tool such as phpMyAdmin or by executing SQL commands directly in your MySQL/MariaDB client.
  4. Correct Errors: If there are any specific errors reported during the configuration process or in the phpMyAdmin interface, address them accordingly. These errors can provide valuable insights into what might be causing the issue.
  5. Reconfigure: If necessary, you may need to reconfigure the pmadb settings in phpMyAdmin by accessing the “Setup” section or the “Operations” tab within phpMyAdmin.
  6. Logging: Enable error logging in phpMyAdmin to get more detailed information about any issues that may be occurring. Check the error logs for any clues on what might be causing the problem.
  7. Debugging: Use debugging tools provided by phpMyAdmin or MySQL/MariaDB to diagnose any underlying issues with the configuration or database connectivity.

By following these steps, you should be able to diagnose and resolve the configuration issues with pmadb and enable the general relation features in phpMyAdmin. If you encounter any specific errors or difficulties during the process, feel free to provide more information for further assistance.