Issue: Importing 'large files'. With the 'Allow the interruption of an import in case the script detects it is close to the PHP timeout limit.' ticked. The PHP timeout is reached at varying points when importing an .sql.zip file. The zipped file is 4.6MB. The raw sql file is 32.7MB. Up to this latest version 4.0.5 of PhpMyAdmin the import would usually break and when reloaded would resume the import at the break point. Now, reloading the file, causes PhpMyAdmin to attempt to reimport the file from the beginning giving a fatal error that "Table Admin already exists". The only solution I have found is to start the import, wait until the timeout occurs, uncompress the upload file on my machine, delete the contents of the raw sql file that have managed to upload, recompress the remaining file and upload again. This sometimes requires that this process is repeated before the whole 32.7MB is uploaded with all the attendant risks of errors being made at each point. Can you please fix the import mechanism so that the import does indeed resume at the broken point. Thanks.