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mysql - restore

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pop, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. pop

    pop Member

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    hello,

    My client has the backup of his mysql in .tgz format. that is somedb.tgz format. he also uploaded this in public_html folder.

    how do i restore the database for him ?
     
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    anybody have an idea ?

    Thanks
     
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    .tgz is same as .tar.gz

    Hi,
    .tgz is same as .tar.gz. Move the file in to /var/lib/mysql
    and run this command.
    tar -xvzf somedb.tgz. This command extract the .tgz file.
    May be it will work.

     
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