How To Import Databases using SSH (MySQL or MariaDB)

Follow the following steps to Import Databases using SSH

  1. Log in to SSH.
  2. From the command line, you can import the SQL file with the following command:

MySQL -u database_username -p database_name < /path_to_database/database_file.sql


Change database_username with the username of the database
Change database_name with the name of the database
Change /path_to_database/database_file.sql with the database file to be imported

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