Oracle/MSSQL/MySQL

Restoring a Backup: How to import a MySQL Database through the command line interface

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root@Plxxrx:~#
root@Plxxrx:~# mysql -u root -p -h localhost cxxp_cxxtao < /var/www/pplxxx.ixxx/mysqlnewdump.sql

 or

#mysql -u database_user_name -p my_db < /home/username/my_db_backup.sql

More info: Here it should be almost the same as the export.
#mysql -u database_user_name -p my_db < /home/kudda/my_db_backup.sql. Here it is the same as export. after u- you put your database user name and the -p is used for the pasword option still. Here is one example of it.

Example: mysql -u root -p my_db < /home/usename/my_db_backup.sql

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