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VPS - root - shell: tweaking php to import 20mb file with phpMyAdmin

System: VPS, 1GB RAM, 1.2GHZ Access: root, shell, anything Versions: PHP 5.4.16,phpMyAdmin 4.2.7, 5.5.37 MariaDB, Apache/2.4.6 (CentOS 7) Task: Import a 20mb (300k rows, 20 columns) sql dumb into ...
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Importing oracle dump file, getting error on stored procedures

I export an oracle "schema" using exp userid=/ file=pt.dmp log=pt.log owner=FOO buffer=10000000 statistics=NONE direct=Y and then import it into a different schema on the same oracle instance on ...
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Import RDP file into Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager 2.7

I have been using Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager 2.7 for a while now and enjoy using it a lot. What I have noticed is that there doesn't seem to be a way to import the connection settings ...
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Alfresco : Import FileSystem permissions w/ Bulk Filesystem Import Tool

I have Alfresco 4.2.c installed on a Windows Server 2012, linked, sync and SSO to a LDAP (working great). I'm trying to use BFI (https://code.google.com/p/alfresco-bulk-filesystem-import/) to import ...
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getting syntax error while importing database backups in mysql

Hi I'am going to restore a database backup which has separated files for each table with same table name prefix, and the problem is when I try to import I get this syntax error: EERROR 1064 (42000) ...
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New-AdUser : The specified account already exists

I am trying to import some AD Users using a powershell script and a file.csv but I am getting this error: New-AdUser : The specified account already exists Here is the script: Import-Module ...
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Prevent UNDOTBS to abort import

I have a dumpfile that I want to import in an Oracle 10g database in a virtual machine (with limited disk space). The dump file is about 3.5GB. When I try to import the dump, the size of the ...
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Does Oracle DB has a tool like DTS Wizard in SQL Server?

Is there a tool like the Microsoft SQL Server's DTS (Data Transformation Services) Wizard that simplifies the process of ad-hoc importing of flat files (CSV, TSV, or XLS) to Oracle database? ...
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Subscript import to MAS200

We are planning an import into mass too. One of our fields has "chemical name." These chemical names have subscript. Example: H20, where the 2 is small... Can this be done, or does it have to be all ...
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Ubuntu Clonezilla (Server) Disk Image Import/Export

We are running a clonezilla server(s) and I need to copy off (export) the newest disk image folder to and import it onto another clonezilla server in another city. I found the directory in the ubuntu ...
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Piping a tar file into Docker fails

I am very new to Docker. I am using RHEL 7.2 I am trying to import a tar file to docker repository with this command "cat rootfsfile.tar" | docker import - rootbase But I am getting this error: ...
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Where are stored phpMyAdmin SQL import files?

When a data file (SQL, CSV, XML…) is imported with phpMyAdmin, is it in volatile or non-volatile memory? If it stored on hard disk, is it temporary? When the file is deleted and what is the default ...
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OpenFire: Import my SSL certificates

I use Openfire 3.10.3. I have 3 certificates: ad-wildcard.key (PRIVATE) ad-wildcard-123123123.crt ad-wildcard-CA-gd_bundle-g2-g1.crt I've tried many ways and have read many forums and blogposts ...
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Debugging Ansible's support for compressed database imports?

The documentation for Ansible's mysql_db module says, "Uncompressed SQL files (.sql) as well as bzip2 (.bz2), gzip (.gz) and xz compressed files are supported." However, when I try to import a .gz ...
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Need some information about using SQL-Express 2012 with an OLD databse software

I have a friend who has managed to go for many years running their company on an old piece of software that is no longer supported. The original software vendor is no longer in business and the one ...