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database upload

Post by darkgecko »

i made a database backup to move it to a new forum

but after waiting many minutes for it to upload, all i get is "no file uploaded"

any ideas?
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Post by darkgecko »

is this an obvious anser, or no one cares?

ill take help from anyone

im not picky
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Post by GE Hosting.com »

is this an obvious anser, or no one cares?

ill take help from anyone

im not picky


lol...


Are you doing this in the phpBB Admin Panel? What is the size of the file?
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Post by darkgecko »

yah im using thw admin panel the file size is 6.14 m
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Post by ErDrRon »

The file is much too large to upload in one chunk. You will receive a time-out error. It is best to break up the database file into < 1 MB chunks and upload it via phpMyAdmin.

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Post by darkgecko »

i fixed the damn problem

i enable gzip

what a stupid error
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Post by darkgecko »

so i wonder my new forum says 2.03

but it used to be 2.02

did the database uolaod automatically upload the new version too?
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