At 11:04 PM -0500 8/27/99, Derek Sivers wrote:
>Can't find the real-life answer to this anywhere in the manual:
>Instead of staying telnetted in to your remote webhost,
>can you develop a brand new MySQL database locally,
>and then just upload the database to the correct directory
>on the remote server?
>(I'm running the newest Linux versions of MySQL both
>remotely and locally)
>It would help to hear a "yes" or "no" from someone who works this way
>before I spend hours developing something here.
I take it you're thinking about something other than just mysqldump > dumpfile
on the local host and mysql db_name <dumpfile on the remote host?
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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