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Hi, I use the following code to restore a database file sql.sql and it works fine but when sql.sql file is large I got :

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded ...

My sql.sql file is about 15 MB is there a way to take over this problem notice that i don't have access to php.ini ??

restore.php script:
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<?
      $server= "localhost";
      $username="xxxx";
      $password="xxxx";
      $db="xxxx";

      $conn = mysql_connect ($server, $username, $password);
      mysql_select_db ($db, $conn);

      $file="sql.sql";
      $sql = join("", file($file));
                             
      $sql = split(";", $sql);
                               
       for($i=0;$i<count($sql);$i++)
           mysql_query($sql[$i],$conn);
?>


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well I guess your sql file is a database dump, if you have the shell access you can simply do it from there, just upload the file to some directory, than go into that directory and do:

mysql DATABASENAME -uUSERNAME -pPASSWORD < sql.sql

(no spaces between the option -u and username, same for -p and password)

If you have no shell access you can do it in php with exec() like this:

<?php
exec('mysql DATABASENAME -uUSERNAME -pPASSWORD < sql.sql');
?>

let me know if it helps
olegtim
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