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How to fix mysql errors in phpmyadmin when importing a database
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(11-25-2020, 10:13 PM)deanhills Wrote: Thanks @fitkoh  I saw that suggestion too. There were also a few others, no doubt copied from the one in stackoverflow. But with most shared hosts one doesn't have access to SSH into the server - for good reason.  You can only work with what is provided by the author of WHM through cpanel.  So I was hoping to find a solution in phpmyadmin - or a facility outside on the Web where one could test one's database first and there are tools for fixing errors before one imports it.
I did some googling myself and wasn't able to find any quick and easy solution. The best option I can think of would be to import it into a system where you do have ssh access and then see if you can make an updated export.
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RE: How to fix mysql errors in phpmyadmin when importing a database - by fitkoh - 11-25-2020, 10:39 PM

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