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    Default Bulk upload into MySQL

    I have a couple of MySQL databases that I have hosted locally and want to transfer up to my website. I have a couple of questions:

    1. The Upload tab on the mysql.aspnix.com states - "The directory you set for upload work cannot be reached" and so although I pick a local file, nothing happens.

    2. Does the upload facility mean upload a complete database schema+data? or can I upload a file with just a table or part of a table? The reason being is that one of my databases is 155mb and the upload limit states 30mb!

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    mark.
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    Mark, I believe you should be able to do both. Either upload full database or just parts. It worked for both in the past.
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    thanks Roma, but what about Q1? I can't even upload a backup file to the server.
    the mySQL.aspnix.com panel still states:
    "The directory you set for upload work cannot be reached"

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    Strange. I'll test that.
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    Fixed. Thanks for pointing that out.
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