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MySQL - Database Upload

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by qball15j, Jan 16, 2003.

  1. qball15j

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    Is there any way to upload a MySQL database besides using PHPMyAdmin?
     
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    mysql -h locahost -u user -p password dbname & dbname.sql

    from SSH
     
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    We currently do not allow clients to use SSH due to some security troubles we've had in the past. So is there anything else that we can install or do that would allow access to the user's MySQL databases?
     
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    install it for them then.
     
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    [quote:c4a7550a08][i:c4a7550a08]Originally posted by qball15j[/i:c4a7550a08]

    We currently do not allow clients to use SSH due to some security troubles we've had in the past. So is there anything else that we can install or do that would allow access to the user's MySQL databases?[/quote:c4a7550a08]

    If you don't want to use a web interface (phpMyAdmin) and don't want to use the command-line via SSH, then you've pretty much killed all possibilities (unless you have some magic beans).
     
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