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  • #16



    Thanks everyone the host have just got back to me staying it was an error on there side!

    Now it looks like everything is installing just fine



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    Could anyone tell me how i restore my back up using phpMyAdmin - 2.11.11.3
    Last edited by ianltc; Tue 18 Sep '12, 4:44am.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ianltc View Post
      Could anyone tell me how i restore my back up using phpMyAdmin - 2.11.11.3
      There are more ways to handle a backup. You can backup from console using the mysqldump comand or you can export right out of phpMyAdmin or you use a third party program like the MySQLDumper for this.
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      • #18
        Thanks loads

        I went with mySQLDumper, however my old sql backup files is bigger than the 2mb allowed any ideas (14mb)

        Many thanks

        Ian

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ianltc View Post
          Thanks loads

          I went with mySQLDumper, however my old sql backup files is bigger than the 2mb allowed any ideas (14mb)

          Many thanks

          Ian
          Change the value 'upload_max_filesize' in php.ini and enter a value like 64M. Restart the apache afterwards.
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          • #20
            Sorry i'm a bit lost, were do i find the php.ini

            Thanks

            Ian

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            • #21
              php.ini is a file on your server. If you dont have root access then tell your provider to change that value for you.
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              • #22
                Many thanks

                Ian

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by ianltc View Post
                  Sorry i'm a bit lost, were do i find the php.ini

                  Thanks

                  Ian
                  You're hosting provider would have to tell you how to do this or if it is possible.

                  If you provide the backup to them, they can probably restore it for you as well.
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                  • #24
                    Would suggest ensuring to change your database username and password credentials if you havent done so already since you posted them up here.
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                    • #25
                      Thanks both username & password changed

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                      My host has informed me that i do not have a php.ini file

                      but has told me were told me were to put it in the root directory

                      can any one give a pointer on how i construct a php.ini file

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                      • #26
                        How can you not have a php.ini file.

                        Go into into your admincp and look under Maintenance > View PHP info

                        Look on that screen for "Loaded php configuration file" that should display the path to php.ini

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                        If you are on shared hosting it might be easier to control everything if you get a VPS instead, at least then you have your own environment to work with.

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                        • #27
                          Thanks for the reply

                          i finally managed to upload my backup sql file to the database by using mysqldumper and using ftp

                          i then re-installed vb5 (without the config & install files)

                          and then used the upgrade.php

                          i then got

                          vBulletin 5 requires MySQL version 5.1.5 or greater. Your MySQL is version 5.0.51a-24+lenny4, please ask your host to upgrade.


                          so i've sent an email to the host asking them to upgrade, so fingers crossed things may work soon

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