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  • #16
    So installing the database will re-chmod the files such as images or php files?

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    • #17
      No, restoring the database will not 're-chmod' the files. Generally you do not have to do anything specil with chmod but if you run into any problems then just duplicate the permissions you had on your old server.
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      • #18
        Should I download re-upload hidden files on the old server?

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        • #19
          What files? There are no hidden files in vB.
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          • #20
            When ftping I had the filter on that shows all hidden files, thought I saw a few. Might be wrong though.

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            • #21
              Also, would anyone know how to re-upload and install the dump in phpmyadmin? I think I got a full backup out of vbulletin and am using 2.2.2 of phpMyAdmin, and need to get it installed on the new server.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by eva2000

                check the 'Structure and data' check box and tick the 'Save as file' option and then hit the GO button, you'll be prompted to download a *.sql file which contains a backup of your database data and table structure.

                Hi eva, Im trying to do this but I just want to make sure I'm doing it right.

                Im running phpMyAdmin 2.2.0 and there isn't a "save as file" option anywhere that I can see where you listed.


                The options I have are:
                Add drop table
                Complete inserts
                Extended inserts
                Use backquotes with tables and fields names
                Send (with gzipped as another checkbox within send)



                I don't see Save As anywhere. What should I do?

                Thanks.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Visionray
                  Hi eva, Im trying to do this but I just want to make sure I'm doing it right.

                  Im running phpMyAdmin 2.2.0 and there isn't a "save as file" option anywhere that I can see where you listed.


                  The options I have are:
                  Add drop table
                  Complete inserts
                  Extended inserts
                  Use backquotes with tables and fields names
                  Send (with gzipped as another checkbox within send)



                  I don't see Save As anywhere. What should I do?

                  Thanks.
                  anyone know?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Visionray
                    anyone know?
                    Eva, you still there?

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                    • #25
                      Maybe you should upgrade your phpMyAdmin. It's in my version - 2.3.2.
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Visionray
                        Eva, you still there?
                        what version of phpmyadmin you're using ?
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by eva2000
                          what version of phpmyadmin you're using ?
                          He's running 2.2.0.
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