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Importing existing MYSQL database..?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by rbhaydon, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. rbhaydon

    rbhaydon Guest

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    I hope this isn't an easy question that's obvious to everyone but me...

    I have an existing client running a website using PHP and a separate MYSQL databaase. I have imported all the HTML/.PHP files into a new PLESK domain, but when I looked up the chapter on setting up user databases in the PLESK 7.5 Reloaded manual, it talks about uploading the database via a "SQL script". Did I misunderstand? I guess this is not as simple as a file copy from the old server to the new one+ a few other steps...I think PLESK/PHP-MySQL is much better for people starting a database from scratch...?

    Can anyone please tell me how I import an existing MySQL dB from one Linux server to a PLESK Linux server?

    Very much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Bruce :confused:
     
  2. Mr. Pink

    Mr. Pink Guest

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    Hi,

    Probably the best way is to create a new database in Plesk and then import data for this database from SQL-dump from other server (either via console or using phpmyadmin).

    Regards,

    Pink
     
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