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Changing the MySQL settings worked. This is what I changed, exactly: In php.ini Find: post_max_size = 8M upload_max_filesize = 2M max_execution_time = 30 max_input_time = 60 memory_limit = 8M Change to: post_max_size = 750M upload_max_filesize = 750M max_execution_time = 5000 max_input_time = 5000 memory_limit = 1000M In my.ini (MySQL File) Under ...
Thanks All for your effort. I found the solution. CodeIgniter where_in() added single quotation automatically, which is a bug in codeigniter. I use where() in place of where_in(). Issue fixed.
Close this Query window. Click home button in the top left corner below the phpMyAdmin logo. Click on the database ijdb, to RUN QUERIES on DATABASE ijdb CLick the tab SQL which is second from left in the menu. Enter the query and run it. It should work now. Read this reference book - PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja
The following command should do the trick: mysqldump --create-options --complete-insert -u *username* -p*password* LIVE > mysql -u *username* -p*password* REPORTS If you are using Linux, you can add a line to /etc/crontab as follows: # m h dom mon dow user command * 1 * * * root mysqldump --create-options --complete-insert -u *username* ...
You can setup second mysql instance with replication. If you need to "copy" only during certain time period, you may choose to cron a script which will start and stop replication according to the time. Again you can only choose to replicate-do-db certain databases as well.
INSERT INTO `test`(`IDtest`, `Användarnamn`, `Lösenord`, `Epost`, `Förnamn`, `Efternamn`, `KontoTyp`) VALUES (1,'Admin','Admin','mail','name','lastname',3) This will however insert these values literally. I'm guessing they represent some sort of variable container, in which case you'll need to replace the values for the real values. I.e. INSERT INTO ...
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