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cant downlad mysql

Posted on 2015-02-22
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I have mysql DB on a live server and a local copy on my PC. The live server DB has the most up to date data but I cant copy the DB? I use phpmyadmin.

I m using XAMP

I just want to drop my DB in phpmysql and import the live server DB . I exported the live server  DB in phpmyadmin which was about 2mb.
I renamed my local copy of this DB.
I created a new DB on my PC and imported the DB from live server.

The DB wont import as I get  

No data was received to import. Either no file name was submitted, or the file size exceeded the maximum size permitted by your PHP configuration.
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Hi,
Any size of files can be imported by increasing the below config values in php.ini,

=> upload_max_filesize = <based on need>
=> post_max_size = <based on need>
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