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how transfer TABLES MySQL from server 1 to server 2? (both with cPanel)

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  1. 000

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    Hi.

    In server#1 I have a some tables of 4 GB and 7 GB.

    How I can transfer all this using PUTTY from
    server#1 to server#2? (both with cPanel)

    Or...
    Maybe WHM can do?

    NOTE: only transfer the table MYSQL, no the [count/user] or BD complet.

    Thanks
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    You can use the "mysqldump" utility to backup specific tables with a command such as:

    Code:
    mysqldump database_name table_name table2_name table3_name > /path/to/database_name.sql
    You can then upload the SQL file to the destination server and restore it via:

    Code:
    mysql database_name < /path/to/database_name.sql
    Note: The above commands assume you are logged in as "root" to both machines.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks master.

    Then no exist some command to transfer DIRECTLY and in format REMOTE
    from S1 to S2 ??? (S-erver)

    Some as:

    ssh root@S1
    mysql "SELECT * FROM table X and INSERT INTO SERVER2"...

    This option/command no exist?

    Regards
     
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    There are two separate MySQL servers running, so that would not work. I recommend using SCP or SFTP to upload the database dump to the destination server.

    Thank you.
     
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