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2.7.2.1.4. Database import via phpMyAdmin

Before import:

  • Make sure the database you are importing is a SQL file. If the file is zipped, unzip it. Please note that the extension .tar.gz is an archive and when importing a file with this extension, you may encounter many errors.
  • Make sure the file size is less than 300 MB. If the size is larger, use one of the methods to import databases of any size presented here.
  • Make sure there are no queries in the imported database like CREATE DATABASE1)... If there are such requests, the lines with them must be removed from the file using any text editor (for example, Notepad++).
  • If the database to be imported into has not yet been created in the control panel, create it.
  • If the database to be imported into must be empty, clean it up.

To import a database via phpMyAdmin, do the following:

  1. Select a database from the list on the left:
  2. On the tab “Import"Select the file with the database dump and click"Forward»:

1)
You can create databases only through the hosting control panel by instructions.