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Ask any website administrator about their worst nightmare (as far as work is concerned), and all of them would say that it’s losing their whole database. And the irony is that every website admin has experienced it at least once in their professional life. This could’ve happened due to a cyber-attack, while doing local development or while migrating hosts. Whichever way it happened, the thought of it is terrifying to say the least. And that’s why automatic backup has become a regular practice in many organizations. In this post, we’re going to outline the simple steps to backup and/or restore your MySQL Database using phpMyAdmin.
Let’s get started!
Voila! You just backed up your MySQL database using phpMyAdmin.
Congratulations! You have just performed restoration of your phpMyAdmin backup database.
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