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3 responses to “Importing large databases in MySQL”

  1. SchizoDuckie

    This is NOT PhpMyAdmin’s fault. It’s due to your own php configuration that has its limits on max upload filesize and probably max execution time too.

  2. Joe Limonada

    In some situation you can use someting like this:
    Unix systems: cat dumpfile | mysql -u …
    Windows: type dumpfile | mysql -u …

    There should not be a 2Mb or 2Gb limit from the system since it uses pipelines.

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