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Le 18/01/2014 00:11, Carl Paulsen a écrit :

Hi Carl,

figured out a workaround.  All seems to be fine now with a 13MB file,
but next I've been given a 250MB file to open then export!

I'm glad you managed to get there in the end :-)

One word of warning - PHPMyAdmin via the file php.ini has a default cap
on the size of data it can import in one write operation - this is done
to prevent people crafting sql queries that could cause the server to
keel over, so-called denial of service attacks. The default limit is
something like 8Mb, so you might want to be wary of trying to import
even your 13Mb file, not to mention a 250Mb file, via that method, as
phpmyadmin will either fail, and/or truncate the data to the limit allowed.

For big data imports, you really ought to be using the mysql command line.


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