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    Backup of Mysql database
    It is assumed that you have phpMyAdmin installed since a lot of web service providers use it.

    0. Open phpMyAdmin.
    1. Click Export in the Menu to get to where you can backup you MySql database. Image showing the export menu.
    2. Make sure that you have selected to export your entire database, and not just one table. There should be as many tables in the export list as showing under the database name.
    3. Select"SQL"-> for output format, Check "Structure" and "Add AUTO_INCREMENT" value. Check "Enclose table and field name with backquotes". Check "DATA", check use "hexadecimal for binary field". Export type set to "INSERT".
    4. Check "Save as file", do not change the file name, use compression if you want. Then click "GO" to download the backup file.

    Restoring a backup of a MySql database
    1. To restore a database, you click the SQL tab.
    2. On the "SQL"-page , unclick the show query here again.
    3. Browse to your backup of the database.
    4. Click Go.
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    i prefer to use cpanel back up
    because at phpmyadmin i have limit file size upload

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    i just export everything into a sql file and save it

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