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Can I export to Azure?

tuffyboy 4 months ago in Technical Support / Database updated by Stormy Scott (Content Marketing Coordinator) 4 months ago 1
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Can I use Mysql replication for a database in one domain to another?

franzag 4 months ago in Technical Support / Database updated by Stormy Scott (Content Marketing Coordinator) 4 months ago 1

Currently the company Im working for have 5+ accounts in inmotion hosting.

It is posible to somehow replicate a database from one account in one domain to another in other domain?

Using MySQL replication o simple getting access to copy by hand. 

Cant connect to the database in other domain even if I add the IP of the "slave" domain in MySQL remote access config in cpanel.

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Its possible to copy/access a database in one domain to/from another?

franzag 4 months ago in Technical Support / Database updated by Stormy Scott (Content Marketing Coordinator) 4 months ago 1

Its possible to copy/access a database in one domain to/from another?

I need to move a Laravel app from one domain to another and will lose access to the database of the default app in that domain.

Its possible to access the database X of domain A.COM from another domain ??

Wich Mysql server/host and user/password I must provide ?

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How Do I Configure the Storage Database Setup for phpMyAdmin?

Bob B. 9 months ago in Technical Support / Database updated by Carlos D (Content Marketing Coordinator) 9 months ago 2

please provide help with phpMyAdmin configuration storage database setup


There is a “Designer” tool that allows us to setup relationships between the tables (foreign key relationships). While is nice, by default phpMyAdmin doesn’t remember the location of tables as they were placed by user dragging and dropping. The default placement is everything stacked on top of each other.  There is “Save” feature, but it doesn’t work unless you have the phpMyAdmin configuration storage database setup. Inmotion hosting does not have this setup by default for shared hosting accounts.   I would like to be able to save my database table relationship placement in the designer tool.  thanks.

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Hi Bob.

Thanks for your patience as I gathered some more information regarding your question about configuring the phpMyAdmin storage database setup. Unfortunately, the phpMyAdmin installation that comes with cPanel can not be modified to allow this kind of functionality in the Shared Hosting environment. However, you can install your own phpMyAdmin instance and therefore should be able to manipulate the features available in your custom installation. Note that this instance will not be integrated with cPanel though.

I hope this helps! If you have further questions please feel free to reply back; we are always happy to help.

Sincerely,

Carlos D.