How do I import into a MariaDB - MySQL database?

Log into your control panel and go into the MariaDB - MySQL section. Make sure you have an existing database that you would like to import your data into. If it is there click "phpMyAdmin". This will open a new window for phpmyadmin. Select the correct database from the drop down on the left. Now click the "SQL" table. Here you can import commands and sql backup files.


 

 

 
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