How to Connect to the MySQL using the Command Line

This guide is going to help you in knowing how to connect to MySQL using a command line. Follow these steps to connect to MySQL from the command line: 1. Log in to your hosting account via SSH. (SSH is a command-line interface that allows you to access your hosting account.) 2. Type the command at […]

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How to Create a New Admin Account in WordPress via MySQL

The following guidelines undertake that your WordPress database table prefix is set to “wp_“. If you work with something different table prefix, then change your code accordingly. For example, if you are using “wpsqltable_” in spite of “wp_“, after this the code “INSERT INTO ‘wp_users’” would change to “INSERT INTO ‘wpsqltable_users’“. Step 1: Log in […]

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Information About InnoDB

InnoDB is a storage engine. InnoDB is a storage engine which is the permanent storage engine for MySQL. It gives you a complete standard feature of ACID-compliant transaction. This adds to advantage along with the addon functionality of foreign key support which helps in declarative referential integrity as well. Where as the standard version includes […]

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Migrating your localhost MySQL to a Dedicated Server

This is one of the often unanticipated problems faced by clients. If a client or web masters switch to dedicated web hosting server, even when upgrading with the same web hosting company we will focus on the use of MySQl database. If you are planning to switch to dedicated hosting you should obviously back up […]

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