SQL transfer

I’m transfering my WebRT service to a new server. I know everything should
be seamless with the web, but what is the best way to go about backing up
the database and restoring it on the new server. I’m a novice SQL user.
Thanks for any advice.

Brad Pinkston
Centenary College of LA
Firewall/Network Administrator
IT Department
(318) 869-5003
bpinksto@centenary.edu

I’m transfering my WebRT service to a new server. I know everything should
be seamless with the web, but what is the best way to go about backing up
the database and restoring it on the new server. I’m a novice SQL user.
Thanks for any advice.

Use the instructions here:

http://www.theprojects.org/tutorials/mysqldump.php

Russ Johnson
Dimension 7/Stargate Online
http://www.dimstar.net

Random thought #16 (Collect all 18)
“It is often easier to fight for principles than to live up to them.” - Adlai Stevenson

I’m transfering my WebRT service to a new server. I know everything
should be seamless with the web, but what is the best way to go about
backing up the database and restoring it on the new server.

Is there any reason you can’t continue to use the current server the
database is on? All modern RDBMs (all certainly all the ones RT
supports) can be used over a network.

(darren)

You are what you see.