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Old 04-26-2004, 07:25 AM   #1
Alan Powell
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Question cPanel & mySQL directories

Hi all

Well my RH9 is fully updated using yum and my virtual host setup pages are all served well. Newbie is gathering experince quickly methinks....

The reason for my question which comes in a moment is this; I have built my server to build development sites and have a commercial site that was written for us and posted. For reasons we don't need to debate I wish to use the mySQL database from my commercial hosted site for some prototyping on my local server. Through cPanel I can get my backup of the mySQL database. I know how to restore it and I can interrogate it ok.

The question is this. Where should my mySQL database be placed on my RH9 local build?

Thanks in advance

Old 04-26-2004, 07:31 AM   #2
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By the way, is there an opensource type tool that mimmics cPanel anyone is using successfully please?


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