#847 Workaround php limits for export

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2015-02-15
2005-12-15
francisco_2002
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If phpMyAdmin can only import 2048 MB max., why it can
not export 2048 MB modules?

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  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2005-12-16

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    Because anybody hasn't implemented workaround for php limits
    in exports as it is done in recently rewritten import code.
    It is much more complicated for export that is send to
    browser because you can not send file and some message together.

     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2005-12-16

    • milestone: 109631 -->
    • summary: 2048 MB modules export --> Workaround php limits for export
     
  • francisco_2002
    francisco_2002
    2005-12-16

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    My message it is an feature request.
    You said: "It is much more complicated for export that is
    send to browser because you can not send file and some
    message together."
    Is it possible one gzip archive with various sql files in
    it?

     
  • Afkamm
    Afkamm
    2006-10-04

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    Feature Request:

    The ability to export split archives. If the original gzip
    file for export is bigger than the default PHP max filesize
    upload value, give the user the choice to split it into
    smaller archives.

    Because the import size is set to 2048KB you can't do
    multiply uploads (pity), so you'll have to make sure that
    each split archive ends correctly. Not in the middle of a
    field which would mess things up.

    Just an idea. :)