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  1. #1
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    * Please Iím in troubl :(

    My host in godaddy I have a vBulletin working in my host and my database its more than 400MB I take a new host with cpanel control I need to transfer from godaddy to cpanel please guide me how to transfer .
    I tray to make a backup for my database in vBulletin admincp its give me only 30MB
    Any idea please ?
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    Does Godaddy give you any type of SSH access? I am guessing not..
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    Quote Originally Posted by John[H4Y]
    Does Godaddy give you any type of SSH access? I am guessing not..
    how can i order that i try to find that

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    Can I use SSH to connect to my shared hosting account?

    For security reasons, we do not allow SSH (or Telnet) connections to our hosting servers.
    see is no way

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    Then ask them to make the backup for you using SSH and place it where you can download it.
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    canot get backup ?

    if yes... you can go to another hosting company give then the backups URL they will do wget

    and done but make sure you can get backup for your site

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    there are a few things you can do to get this done properly.

    Try PHPmyadmin to download the backup.
    Try navicat to download this backup to your computer.
    Try turbodbadmin to download the backup.
    The list of alternatives goes on and on and on.

    To get this UPLOADED into your server, you will need to use something like navicat (link above), as php has a max upload (default) of around 2m. Alternatively, you can upload the file, then ssh in and source the query file inside of sql directly.
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    you should be able to generate your backup through the CPanel backup options. either download it to your local / ftp it to your new host
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweakservers
    you should be able to generate your backup through the CPanel backup options. either download it to your local / ftp it to your new host
    Godaddy doesnt offer cpanel !

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by Navid1
    Godaddy doesnt offer cpanel !
    argh... miss out of that
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  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by X-x-X
    My host in godaddy I have a vBulletin working in my host and my database its more than 400MB I take a new host with cpanel control I need to transfer from godaddy to cpanel please guide me how to transfer .
    I tray to make a backup for my database in vBulletin admincp its give me only 30MB
    Any idea please ?
    is the file name ended with .gz? if so, it should be the correct size after zip.

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