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Help to Merge Large Database.
#1
Dear all.
I was a vbulletin user on my site www.itwel.com (An entertainment forum) since long but its off now due to some reasons. Since I saw the MyBB is similar to VB and Its free. I got fan and excited about MyBB and look into deeply on its coding then also wrote MyBBSEO Plugin with the help of one of my friend.
Now i completely moved my above site www.itwel.com from VB to MyBB and trying to merge VB Database into MyBB. The old database file size containing 39 MB and I cant make it db. Maybe due to large file size or non-experience about it.
Some one please help me in this regard?
Any one here for help please?
#2
Nobody to help here?
#3
I don't exactly understand your issue. Are you using the merge system? If so you shouldn't have a problem with a 39mb database. I have done much larger ones without great problem.

Quote:The old database file size containing 39 MB and I cant make it db.

What does it mean you can't "make it db"?
#4
Thanks for reply.

The old database backup file is 39MB which I am unable to import(db).
If it would be imported, I may able to merge with MyBB Forum. Please let me know if im still confusing.
#5
Do you have ssh access? PHP has a hard-limit on import file size that you are probably breaching. It will say in phpmyadmin the limit. Are you using the merge system or is that what you are trying to do once it's uploaded?

You can try this tool to split up the sql into parts:
http://www.seedor.net/SQLDumpSplitter.exe
#6
(2009-01-17, 07:41 PM)labrocca Wrote: Do you have ssh access? PHP has a hard-limit on import file size that you are probably breaching. It will say in phpmyadmin the limit. Are you using the merge system or is that what you are trying to do once it's uploaded?

You can try this tool to split up the sql into parts:
http://www.seedor.net/SQLDumpSplitter.exe

Thanks for reply.
The SQL tool link is not opening. Please send me the link again. I'll definitely try it.
#7
http://www.google.com/search?client=oper...8&oe=utf-8


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