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[HELP] Database Import
#11
AXVIS, use the merge system, I've tested it, and work.
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#12
OK but where or how do I I upload the db?
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#13
import db in phpmyadmin
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#14
Any more specific instructions? I jusr wish Jesse would tell me exactly how to do this cause all I have is a 147mb db in a .sql format it has posts and members and I just want to import those like he did to Support Forums.
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#15
OMG dude, goto phpmyadmin, click the import tab, click browse, select the file and click go.

It's not that hard.
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#16
Actually yes it is because php admin allows no more then 50mbs mines 147mb and I tired that with another smaller db it did nothing just gave me some error but I am guessing it meant that there are tables like them.
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#17
It really isn't that hard.

Option 1. Split the database into smaller parts.

Option 2. Use a software like MySQL Dumper or bigdump.

Option 3. Upload the Structured Query File to your server, import it using SSH.

mysql -u username -p database_name < dumpfile.sql
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#18
Never mind I figured it out!
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