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How can I run a mysqldbdump on a web server?

I do NOT have access to the command line. I only have phpMyAdmin.

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by:Andrej Pirman
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You may use EXPORT tab in phpMyAdmin to export database in "sql" or "zip" format. This is your backup, which you may restore either via command line, or via phpMaYadmin.
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by:Richard Korts
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I already figured that out.

But the restore DOES NOT work; look for my next question
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