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    Ok, recently my host went down and so I got backups. Well, what I received is the raw data and stuff, not .sql files. For what should be simple .sql files instead I have craploads of .myd, .myi, and .frm files. How do I put all this stuff together to get a single sql file so I can upload it into mysql and get my sites working again?

  • #2
    Those are the original database files themselves, not the data. They just need to be placed in the data directory of your MySQL installation.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the help, but I have like no sql experience other than loading up mysql and choosing an sql doc for it to put in. So...how would I do what you are saying then?

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      • #4
        To clarify, basically I just upload this stuff through cpanel (phpmyadmin) usually. How would I do what you are saying?
        Last edited by Trojanfan; Jul 29, 2005, 06:49 PM.

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        • #5
          Nevermind, I'm having my new host do everything

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