In order to create "DB " on the server. Go to "DB " and click "Add DB "

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    Fill in the fields of the add database form-specify database name, database user name and password

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    Manage the database "PhpMyAdmin " after logging in with the data you got when you created the database

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    On the left side of the menu, choose the name of the database you want to load your existing database into and go to tab "import " and choose a database file like bd.sql or an archived file with extensions: bd.sql.gzip, or bd.sql.bzip2, or bd.sql.zip

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    Press the "Forward " button.

    By default, the "PhpMyAdmin " settings have a limit of 2,048 KB for downloading a database file. There are two ways to bypass it

    • zipping the database file with the help of archivers that add the above extensions (gzip, bzip2, zip)

    • php.ini file should be edited through the console and the following values should be specified:post_max_size = 8M into the necessary one, let's say 10M
      upload_max_filesize = 2M also, to 10M.

    In VESTA control panel you can edit php.ini file in "SERVER " tab.

    Go to the "SERVER " tab, select web server "apache2" and click the link"CONFIGURE ".

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    Then select the "Configure PHP.INI " tab.

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    post_max_size - Maximum data size in bytes that can be sent by POST method. Should normally be larger than upload_max_filesize and smaller than memory_limit. Byte value labels are used: K (kilo), M (mega), and G (giga) For example, 16M.

    upload_max_filesize - Limits the maximum size of a file uploaded to the server. Specified in megabytes.


    If you have a third-party version of php installed, the path to the file php.ini must be viewed through PHPinfo.

    To use this function, simply create a file with .php extension in the root folder of the site (for example info.php), in which place the following code and save changes in the file:

    <?php  
    
    phpinfo();  
    
    ?>
    

    As soon as this is done, you will only have to open this file in a browser, specifying the address of the site / name of the created file (for example https://site.com/info.php)

    As a result, the screen will show all PHP settings:

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